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Media Roundtable: The ouster of Omar al-Bashir; the links between climate change & deadly floods

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  On this edition of Your Call’s media roundtable, we’ll discuss the rapidly unfolding situation in Sudan. After months of protests, Sudan’s military stepped in and removed President Omar al-Bashir. Activists call the military takeover a coup that aims to reproduce the same faces that protesters revolted against. What’s next for Sudan?

We will talk about the links between climate change and the recent devastating floods in the US and around the globe.

Guests:

Hana Baba, reporter and co-host of KALW's Crosscurrents and co-host of The Stoop podcast

John Schwartz, science writer for The New York Times, focusing on climate change

Web Resources:

BBC: Protesters defy curfew after military ousts Bashir

The Guardian: Omar al-Bashir is gone. It was Sudan’s 30 years of anger that ousted him

AP: Leader of Sudan coup on US sanction list for Darfur genocide

Aljazeera: Joy turns to anger as Sudan protesters reject 'regime coup'

The NY Times: ‘Breaches Everywhere’: Flooding Bursts Midwest Levees, and Tough Questions Follow

Think Progress: Deadly flooding around the world is a warning of the cascading impacts of climate change

The Intercept: Trump Pushes a New Pipeline Permit as Floods Devastate Native American Tribes 

Rose Aguilar has been the host of Your Call since 2006. She became a regular Friday media roundtable guest in 2001.