Gunfire in Khartoum

January 14, 2020 12:05 PM
Gunfire in Khartoum
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Gunfire was heard on Tuesday at two buildings used by Sudan's general intelligence service in the capital Khartoum.

Plus, Iran said on Tuesday it had arrested an undisclosed number of suspects accused of a role in shooting down a Ukrainian airliner, as anti-government demonstrations triggered by the disaster entered the fourth day. Iran's president said a special court should be formed to probe the downing the passenger jet that was mistakenly targeted by Iranian forces just after takeoff from Tehran, killing all 176 people aboard. Craig Albert, the Director of the Master of Arts in Intelligence and Security Studies at Augusta University, discusses the ongoing security issue.

And, House Democrats will discuss their strategy for sending the articles of impeachment against US President Donald Trump today. David Barrett, a political science professor at Villanova University discusses what may be next after a number of Republican Senators seem to embrace the idea of calling witnesses during the Senate trial.

Those stories and more are all on today's International Edition.