The Newsmakers

Sharing Power in Sudan

For the next three years and three months, Sudan’s military and civilian opposition will work together. First, Sudan will be in the hands of the military, then they're supposed to relinquish power to a civilian government. One politician called the deal the first step towards democracy. But many are still skeptical. Yes, the compromise triggered celebrations on the streets, but others felt it was a betrayal of a revolution that toppled Omar al-Bashir. Guests: Isam Abu Hassabu Senior Member of the Forces for Freedom and Change Azaz al Shami Human rights advocate Suliman Baldo Africa Program Director, International Centre for Transitional Justice #sudan #sudanuprising #sudanprotests #sudanmassarce #hemedti #hemeti

Is Sudan on the way to democracy?

Is Sudan on the way to democracy?

Will the sit-in continue in Sudan?

Will the sit-in continue in Sudan?

Who is Running Sudan After Omar al Bashir?

Who is Running Sudan After Omar al Bashir?

The songs calling for political change in Sudan

The songs calling for political change in Sudan

Why is Rape So Prevalent in India?

Why is Rape So Prevalent in India?

India’s Rape Crisis

India’s Rape Crisis

Can South Sudan Form a Unity Government?

Can South Sudan Form a Unity Government?

Europe’s Head of Security Thomas Greminger Speaks Out

Europe’s Head of Security Thomas Greminger Speaks Out

South Sudan: From US Support to Sanctions

South Sudan: From US Support to Sanctions

Newsmakers Rewind: Mahmoud Abbas

Newsmakers Rewind: Mahmoud Abbas

What’s Behind the Surge in Violence in the Sahel?

What’s Behind the Surge in Violence in the Sahel?

Libya on the Brink

Libya on the Brink

Has France Failed in the Sahel?

Has France Failed in the Sahel?

Taken by the Taliban

Taken by the Taliban

Did Hong Kong Protests Influence Taiwanese Voters?

Did Hong Kong Protests Influence Taiwanese Voters?

Iran Anti-Government Protests Over Downed Flight 752

Iran Anti-Government Protests Over Downed Flight 752

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