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As demonstrations continue in the US, The Take is revisiting protests that took place a year ago in Khartoum, Sudan. One hundred people were reported killed on Massacre Monday, and it is impossible for a lot of Sudanese to forget — including Hiba Morgan, Al Jazeera's correspondent there. As her friends feared for their lives, she, along with the rest of the Al Jazeera team, were barred from reporting.
In this episode:
Hiba Morgan, (@hiba_morgan) Al Jazeera journalist in Khartoum, Sudan; and Al Jazeera journalist, Imran Khan (@ajimran).
Sudan's revolution: One year since Omar Al Bashir
Sudan's government agrees to hand Omar al-Bashir over to ICC
Coronavirus in Sudan: Food and medical supplies in short supply
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