Lack of leaders in Sudan's protests delays peace talks

President Omar al-Bashir remains defiant and so are the protesters, leaving no solution in sight to end the deadlock.

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    Anti-government protesters in Sudan are defying a state of emergency.

    Political parties aligned to the government of President Omar al-Bashir say they are committed to starting talks to end nearly four months of demonstrations.

    But it's unclear who the government can talk to because the protest movement doesn't have obvious leaders.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Khartoum.


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