Hundreds of Americans rescued from war-torn Sudan as crisis reaches breaking point
Sudan’s military agreed to send a representative to potential peace negotiations 16 days after an eruption of violence that has killed more than 500 people. The street-to-street fighting and humanitarian crisis have forced millions to flee their homes. Nick Schifrin reports on the conditions and the U.S. evacuation of 1,000 American citizens since Friday.
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