Sudan's muted massacre

Dozens of protesters were killed when security forces attacked a protest camp in Khartoum on June 3. Al Jazeera journalists were there, but banned from reporting.

    Scores of protesters were killed at a sit-in in Khartoum, Sudan on June 3. Al Jazeera journalists were there, but banned from reporting - the military government had shut down the bureau days before.

    Now, Al Jazeera journalists tell us what they saw and heard. For one correspondent, it hits close to home.

    For more:

    Sudan prosecutor general sacked as new protests held

    Sudan protests: Military council wants talks to resume

    Top general: Sudan will back Saudi 'against all threats, attacks'

    The Team:

    Amy Walters produced this episode with Ney Alvarez, Dina Kesbeh, Morgan Waters, Priyanka Tilve, Alexandra Locke and Malika Bilal. Luke Rohwer was the sound designer. Natalia Aldana is the social media producer. Graelyn Brashear is Al Jazeera's head of audio. Special thanks to Saad Turjman.

    Special thanks to Hiba Morgan, Imran Khan and Saad Turjman.

    Subscribe:

    New episodes of the show come out every Friday. Subscribe to The Take on Apple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsStitcher, or wherever you listen. Follow The Take on Twitter @AJTheTake, on Facebook and on Instagram @ajthetake.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera News


    YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE

    Senegal's village of women

    Senegal's village of women

    Women in northeast Senegal are using solar-powered irrigation to farm food and halt the encroaching desert.

    Inside Baltimore's human trafficking industry

    Inside Baltimore's human trafficking industry

    Survivors of sex trafficking and those who investigate it in the city share their stories.

    A tale of two isolations

    A tale of two isolations

    More than 1,000km apart, a filmmaker and the subject of his film contend with the methods and meanings of solitude.