He escaped Sudan in 1999. But his family is still trapped there : Here & Now Anytime We look at how Israelis are reacting to Iran's attack with Israeli diplomat Alon Pinkas. Kerem Navot founder Dror Etkes talks about Israeli settlers in the West Bank attacking Palestinian villages. Then, one year into Sudan's civil war, we hear from one Sudanese-American whose family is trapped in Khartoum. And, NBA columnist A. Sherrod Blakely talks about the league's Play-In tournament and Caitlin Clark's WNBA draft by the Indiana Fever.

He escaped Sudan in 1999. But his family is still trapped there

He escaped Sudan in 1999. But his family is still trapped there

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We look at how Israelis are reacting to Iran's attack with Israeli diplomat Alon Pinkas. Kerem Navot founder Dror Etkes talks about Israeli settlers in the West Bank attacking Palestinian villages.

Then, one year into Sudan's civil war, we hear from one Sudanese-American whose family is trapped in Khartoum.

And, NBA columnist A. Sherrod Blakely talks about the league's Play-In tournament and Caitlin Clark's WNBA draft by the Indiana Fever.

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