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The West’s Complicity in Sudan’s Massacres

Omar al-Bashir had just fallen as president of Sudan when I visited Sarah Abdelgalil at her home in England this April. Abdelgalil is a spokeswomen for the Sudanese Professionals Association, the organization that spearheaded protests that removed Bashir. When there was a statement to make about how to topple Bashir, she was usually involved. When […]

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‘Horrific and Barbaric’: Here’s What We Know About the Human Rights Crisis in Sudan

Protesters gather in front of the military headquarters to break their Ramadan fast on May 07, 2019 in Khartoum, SudanPhoto: David Degner (Getty Images) April was a time of hope. After thirty years in power, Sudanese dictator Omar al-Bashir was ousted by the country’s military, the culmination of months of mass protests. Images from the […]

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