Sudan's military overthrows President al-Bashir amid protests

After 30 years in power, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has been overthrown by the military. It comes after months of deadly protests over his repressive rule. A military council will now be formed and it will rule for two years before elections take place. The constitution has been suspended, the government dissolved, a three-month state of emergency and curfew brought in. In this special edition we bring in our correspondents and analysts to discuss these events.