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As thousands of Sudanese defy an army curfew and continue their sit-in, we take a look at how the protests came about....

Building and Dwelling, by Richard Sennett.

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Reviews include: Deport, Deprive, Extradite, by Nisha Kapoor; Building and Dwelling, by...

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Eritrean refugees who try to escape into neighbouring Sudan are caught up in a deadly stand-off between...

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Tees Finch-Lees shines a spotlight on this north-eastern African country.

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James Rippingale recounts his time documenting life in the French port’s refugee camps.

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Moses Wasamu on why the new peace agreement is an unsustainable deal.

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Over 2,000 migrants are gathered in a Calais refugee camp for one reason alone: to reach Britain or die trying. James...

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Human rights abuses, such as the case of Meriam Ibrahim, keep piling up, says Nahla Mahmoud.

This article is almost six years old.

Nahla Mahmoud despairs at the Sudanese government’s failure to take the current unrest seriously.

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The musician, activist and former child soldier gives a sombre assessment of life in South Sudan two years after independence...

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Nahla Mahmoud is done celebrating past revolutions: it’s time to move on.

This article is almost seven years old.

Magdi el Gizouli offers a low down on the range of groups challenging the regime of President al-Bashir.

This article is almost seven years old.

A fearless Queen from Sudan’s past is inspiring today’s women to take action, reports Nahla Mahmoud.

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The people want change, and this time it’s personal, says Nahla Mahmoud.

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A senior civil servant in the administration of the world's newest country talks about the challenges his country faces and...

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On the last day of voting in Southern Sudan’s referendum expectations were high – but the challenges ahead are great.

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