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Sudan’s Political Crisis

In 2019, after months of unrest, Omar al Bashir was forced to step down. The Sudanese president was one of the world's longest ruling dictators. So when he fell, Sudan finally had a chance at democracy. But after decades of autocratic rule, a transition wouldn't be easy, and over the past three years there have been a number of setbacks. Talks to get the country back on track to civilian rule were dealt another blow this week after the African Union called the negotiations dishonest. Hamid Khalafallah Sudanese Activist Rabie Abdul Atti Obeid Former Senior Official with Sudan’s National Congress Party Cameron Hudson Senior Fellow at Atlantic Council's Africa Center

South African pilots airlift food to communities in need

South African pilots airlift food to communities in need

South African govt limits number of mourners at funerals

South African govt limits number of mourners at funerals

Africa Matters: Russia's Foothold

Africa Matters: Russia's Foothold

South Africans survive on invasive fish due to virus lockdown

South Africans survive on invasive fish due to virus lockdown

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Why are monkeypox cases on the rise?

Is Japan doing enough to tackle human trafficking?

Is Japan doing enough to tackle human trafficking?

Can a ceasefire bring peace to Chad?

Can a ceasefire bring peace to Chad?

Is Ukraine endangering its own civilians?

Is Ukraine endangering its own civilians?

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Will Both Palestine and Israel Hold up the Ceasefire in Gaza?

Uganda: 50 years after Idi Amin’s expulsion

Uganda: 50 years after Idi Amin’s expulsion

Remembering the Ugandan Asian expulsion 50 years on

Remembering the Ugandan Asian expulsion 50 years on

Nancy Pelosi's Asia Tour

Nancy Pelosi's Asia Tour

The third anniversary of India-controlled Kashmir losing its autonomy

The third anniversary of India-controlled Kashmir losing its autonomy

Iraq's longest post-election deadlock sparks protests

Iraq's longest post-election deadlock sparks protests

Could a visit by the US house speaker to Taiwan spark violent conflict with China?

Could a visit by the US house speaker to Taiwan spark violent conflict with China?

Turkish FM Cavusoglu Criticises Germany  For Losing Its Neutrality

Turkish FM Cavusoglu Criticises Germany For Losing Its Neutrality

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