A power struggle in the ranks of the Sudanese security state has thrust the country into chaos.

In a country that has already seen 15 military coups in its seven decades of independence, a new conflict is causing mass casualties and displacement. A mere four years after the ouster of dictator Omar al-Bashir, the security forces he pitted against each other during his 30-year rule remain at odds: on the one hand, […]

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