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Sudan’s Road to Nowhere

The civil war that began in April between rival generals shows no signs of ending.

“The Army to the Barracks and the Janjaweed Dissolved,” chanted the Sudanese protestors who flooded the streets of the country in December five years ago this month.

The chanting voices of the women and men rose to the sky and merged with the smoke of the burnt tires behind them.

They held Sudan’s flag high or wrapped it over their clothes.

Their hands held colorful pieces of paper and cartons with handwritten slogans.

Amid the suffocating air from the tear gas relentlessly hurled at them, those words reverberated through the…

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