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Sudan's peaceful revolution turns deadly

Following months of peaceful protests and sit-ins in Khartoum, Sudan's military decided to step in and break up the protest camps, resulting in the killing of dozens of unarmed activists. Volunteer doctors say more than 40 bodies were removed from the Nile, and dozens more men and women were reported to have been raped at the hands of paramilitary groups. It is a dark turn for the popular uprising that unseated Omar al Bashir after 30 years in power, raising fears the military council overseeing the democratic transition is attempting to seize control.

The songs calling for political change in Sudan

The songs calling for political change in Sudan

Sudan Military Takeover: Military council appoints intelligence head

Sudan Military Takeover: Military council appoints intelligence head

Sudan Military Takeover: Sudan's Bashir ousted and detained by military

Sudan Military Takeover: Sudan's Bashir ousted and detained by military

Will the sit-in continue in Sudan?

Will the sit-in continue in Sudan?

The Push to Impeach Kavanaugh

The Push to Impeach Kavanaugh

Brett Kavanaugh Controversy

Brett Kavanaugh Controversy

Benjamin Netanyahu's second chance

Benjamin Netanyahu's second chance

Who’s Behind the Saudi Oil Attacks?

Who’s Behind the Saudi Oil Attacks?

Saudi Oil Attacks

Saudi Oil Attacks

Xenophobia in South Africa

Xenophobia in South Africa

South Africa’s New Wave of Xenophobia

South Africa’s New Wave of Xenophobia

Is this the end of the Netanyahu era?

Is this the end of the Netanyahu era?

Tunisia’s Democratic Test

Tunisia’s Democratic Test

Tunisia Decides

Tunisia Decides

Tunisian teen author Amir Fehri speaks to The Newsmakers

Tunisian teen author Amir Fehri speaks to The Newsmakers

John Bolton Bombs Out

John Bolton Bombs Out

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