A Rebel Army Tried to Build a New Sudan, Then Fell Apart
This is part one of a three-part series. Sudan, fractured by ethnic and religious conflict since its independence, seems to welcome civil war. For decades, a government controlled by Arab Muslims from the north has oppressed and persecuted minorities at the margins and peripheries of the country.  But war has fractured... Read more
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