US diplomat heads to Khartoum to halt crackdown on protesters
A brutal crackdown on Sudan’s nationwide civil disobedience campaign has left hundreds of civilians dead. The protesters are demanding that the military council hand over power to civilian rule. Tibor Nagy, US assistant secretary of state for African affairs, arrives in Khartoum on Wednesday to meet both members of the military council and protest leaders, the State Department said. A bid to promote talks and curtail the violence, will also take him on a visit to Ethiopia.
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This will be a waste of effort on the part of the US. Why? Because Muslims can never have lasting peace. It’s against their religion