Hala al-Karib, regional director of the Strategic Initiative for Women in the Horn of Africa and activist for women's rights, comments on the protests on the streets of Khartoum and the way women have helped shape the uprising.
In 1989, Colonel Omar al-Bashir came to power in a military coup. The civil war that began in 1983 against the Sudan People’s Liberation Army continued under al-Bashir’s regime.
Eric Reeves, a senior fellow at Harvard University's François-Xavier Bagnoud Center for Health and Human Rights, discusses the broader implications of the removal of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir from power and what that might mean for the region.
Nuha Zein, spokesperson for the Sudanese Professionals Association, talks about the way forward for the protesters and also the role the Sudanese diaspora has played in supporting the country’s push towards democracy.
The Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka are now added to a deadly list of the world's worst terror attacks since September 11th.