First Christian Appointed Into Sudan Ruling Council

The appointment of a Coptic Christian, Raja Nicola Issa Abdul-Masseh, to the transitional ruling Sovereign Council has raised hopes that Christians will see equal rights after decades of oppression under former president Omar al-Bashir, writes Mohammed Alamin for VOA.

Graffiti on the streets of Khartoum, Sudan


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