Newly-freed Sudan prime minister defends deal with military, says he made it to ‘avoid bloodshed’

Sudan’s newly reinstated prime minister told CNN on Tuesday that he compromised in a deal with the country’s military in order to “avoid bloodshed” and a civil war.

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