In 2019, Sudanese strongman Omar al-Bashir was brought down in a revolution orchestrated largely by women. But while the dictator might have gone, the divisions wrought by his 30-year rule endure. Lucy Provan and Alice Rowsome meet the women who helped bring down Sudanese dictator Omar al-Bashir and discover a movement for change in full swing.
Eritrean refugees who try to escape into neighbouring Sudan are caught up in a deadly stand-off between East Africa’s big powers – as European Union (EU) money aimed at keeping them there continues to roll in all the while writes Sally Hayden.
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|Mothers of the Revolution||Covid-19 lessons from the pandemic||September, 2020|
|Mixed Media: Books||Black Lives Matter||March, 2018|
|Between Sudan and a hard place||Black Lives Matter||March, 2018|
|No promised land||Black Lives Matter||March, 2018|
|Arms trade loophole||Clampdown! Criminalizing dissent||December, 2017|
|Worldbeaters: Sava Kiir Mayardit and Riek Machar||Brazil's soft coup||October, 2017|
|Education otherwise||Bad Education||September, 2017|
|Sudan targets Darfuri students||Populism rises again||April, 2017|
|Country profile: South Sudan||The coming war on China||December, 2016|
|Country profile: Sudan||The transgender revolution||October, 2015|
|War-torn again||Commodities - the pitfalls of resource wealth||March, 2014|
|Building protest in Sudan||Illegal drugs||September, 2012|