In Sudan, no one is clear on what happens after al-Bashir

Even for a country that looks unwieldy when it's not tearing itself apart, President Omar al-Bashir's years at the helm have turned Sudan into a cautionary tale - from genocide and bloody rebellions to ethnic cleansing, starvation and rampant corruption.

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