Sudan Urged to Ensure Justice for Raped Women Protesters

Women were a driving force during months of protests that ousted Omar al-Bashir, but women's rights activists say the sexual violence they endured, risks being forgotten with the signing of a power-sharing deal.

In what has become an iconic image of the Sudan protests, 22-year-old architectural engineering student Alaa Salah (@oalaa_salah) chants poetry from the top of a car, wearing traditional dress.

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