Sudan military offers talks after deadly crackdown

Head of Sudan’s ruling military council says he’s open to unconditional talks with protest leaders after crackdown reportedly leaves 60 dead. CBS News’ Ian Lee has the latest.

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  1. This is all fueled by the interest of superpowers around the world, the world is not ready for reformed government in Sudan, and turning the blind eye on what’s going on. The Transition Military Council is fully supported by Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, and Egypt, as it serves their interest in the war on Yemen as well as prevents Sudan from supporting Ethiopia in their dam project.

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