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Sudan’s New Chapter? | Higher Education for Refugees

After months of deadly protests that resulted in the removal of longtime leader Omar al-Bashir, Sudan has gotten closer to a civilian government. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu travelled to Khartoum where he attended the signing ceremony of a power sharing agreement. He promised to continue Turkish support. Plus, playing host to the largest refugee population in the world, we look at how Turkey was able to integrate so many refugees into its education system and what challenges lie ahead.

Sudan’s New Chapter?

Sudan’s New Chapter?

South Sudan Refugees: Refugee programme helps Sudanese cope in Uganda

South Sudan Refugees: Refugee programme helps Sudanese cope in Uganda

Higher Education for Refugees

Higher Education for Refugees

The War in Syria: People attacked despite de-escalation zones

The War in Syria: People attacked despite de-escalation zones

Turkish tourism rebounds after years of losses

Turkish tourism rebounds after years of losses

Families seek answers about their children abducted by the PKK

Families seek answers about their children abducted by the PKK

Are the protests signaling that families are no longer afraid of the PKK?

Are the protests signaling that families are no longer afraid of the PKK?

Turkey’s booming tourist industry

Turkey’s booming tourist industry

PKK Abductions | Turkey Tourism

PKK Abductions | Turkey Tourism

Searching for Answers

Searching for Answers

Yemen: Battling On

Yemen: Battling On

Rising Hatred in Germany

Rising Hatred in Germany

The War in Yemen

The War in Yemen

The War in Yemen | Rising Hatred in Germany

The War in Yemen | Rising Hatred in Germany

‘Asia Anew’ Report

‘Asia Anew’ Report

Erdogan to Russia

Erdogan to Russia

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