Will Sudan's protesters agree to negotiate with Omar al-Bashir?

Sudan's president insists he wants to speak with the country's youth who have been protesting against his 30-year reign for the past three months.

    President Omar al-Bashir insists he wants to speak with the youth of Sudan who have been protesting against his 30-year reign for the past three months.

    They have also defied the national state of emergency imposed on Friday that bans demonstrations.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Khartoum, where she met some of the protesters to ask if they are ready to negotiate.


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