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Inbal Ben Yehuda Mar 10
It's too damn easy, can't you give us a day for the benefit of the doubt?
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Women's Voices Oct 5
"Women activists, working on uncovering the corruption of the army and its militias and their control of massive economic sectors, reported to us threats on social media, and fears of lawsuits as a result of their work."
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Radio Dabanga Sep 10
women sign declaration for ‘strategic coalition’
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SudanUprising Oct 6
Excellent point -Sudan should focus on building a green economy rather than rely on regional models used in the Gulf that lead to more pollution and flooding
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Hatim-Arbaab Eujayl | ⲁⲣⲡⲁ̄ⲡ ⲓⳝⲉ̄ⲗ Sep 13
State of emergency in Nyertiti after 5 civilians are killed. 3 of the civilians were killed by the police during the dispersal of a sit-in.
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Benjamin Strick Jun 30
Replying to @BenDoBrown
This will be big all across today. This is what it looked like last year on June 30, in Al-Hasaheisa (الحصاحيصا). Just beautiful. . Check that thread, those peaceful protestors were met with violence. It's why we need to watch the 👀
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Isma'il Kushkush Aug 21
“The people were frustrated with the present, so they started looking into their past...That was the moment of revolution.”
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Andariya-أندريا Aug 20
🇸🇩 We talked to 13 artists whose work at the Qiyadah sit-in was captured before almost all of it was removed. Gone but not forgotten, what were your favorite art pieces? New by
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Sudan In The News 🇸🇩 Oct 10
INFOGRAPHIC THREAD: Following the signing ceremony of ’s ‘comprehensive’ peace deal, this thread summarises key information, including the: •Challenges •Risks posed to •Proposed solutions Our full report on the Juba peace deal👉:
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Mark Weston Apr 17
The story behind the World Press Photo of the Year
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Pamela DeLargy Jul 15
Ful for second breakfast today.
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AfricanFeminism (AF) Jun 5
How can women succeed in public if their power is challenged, questioned and undermined in private spaces? " - writes on the struggle of women in for equality
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Wayamo Foundation Aug 23
Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok has said that his country is ready to cooperate with the over alleged crimes committed in :
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Sarah Douglas May 1
Gender equality was a key demand of . Banning is a key step in the right direction
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Mohanad Humam Jul 3
Here is my report on the protest in Nertiti, central Darfur.
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Bileh Mar 6
Replying to @raialyoum1
has published a combative piece by @Moh_Jamea in which he defended Sudan's position and characterozed it as "Definite & in line with the principles of the
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Benjamin Strick Feb 21
Teargas used against demonstrators in yesterday protesting against forced retirement of officers supporting revolution last year. Footage shows what ensued. It was filmed exactly here: on El Gamhuriya Ave. H/T to for 📹
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Mohanad Elbalal Oct 9
No, what will serve is realising that there is a US election happening in 3 weeks time & this administration that is blackmailing Sudan will likely be kicked out. Let’s wait & negotiate with an administration that isn’t made up of psychopaths & racists
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مودة مالا؟ May 29
All the feels from rushing back especially with June 3rd coming up ... I actually can't ya jama3a ..
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