Sudan's Turmoil Disrupts Life at Home and Relations Abroad

The campaign to establish democracy in Sudan is having an impact on civilians at home as well as on regional relations, write analysts for AllAfrica news partners, The New Humanitarian and The East African. Within the country, Sudanese are confronted by challenges ranging from growing medical needs in Khartoum to renewed violence in regions such as Darfur. Abroad, the crisis is having an impact on regional security and could escalate divisions stretching into the Middle East.

Sudanese women wave flags during outside army headquarters in Khartoum.

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