How Sudan’s Military Coup Is Threatening Its Long March Toward Democracy

How Sudan’s Military Coup Is Threatening Its Long March Toward Democracy
How Sudan’s Military Coup Is Threatening Its Long March Toward Democracy

How Sudan’s Military Coup Is Threatening Its Long March Toward Democracy

In recent years, Sudan has been home to one of the most successful pro-democracy movements on the African continent. Now, a military coup threatens that movement’s progress.

NPR’s Eyder Peralta, who has been reporting in the region, explains how it all unfolded — and what could happen next.

Read more on the events in Sudan from NPR’s Becky Sullivan: The coup in Sudan could threaten U.S. influence in a strategically important region.

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