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Why can't we live together?

I’d been late leaving school that afternoon. I’d stayed behind because nice Miss Leibrandt had been helping me with my poem.

On the way home I’d been kicking a can along the dirt pathway between the shacks when I heard shouting over on the main road. 161 more words

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Iranian Resistance Continues to Campaign for Regime Change

The main opposition to the Iranian regime, the Mujahedin-e Khalq and other associated groups are expanding their activities across Iran. Their calls for regime change are getting louder and louder despite the grave danger that they are putting themselves into. 371 more words

Anti-Regime

Have the Climate Change Protestors in London Missed the Point?

For the last few days there have been mass protests in London by people following the Extinction Rebellion movement.  These people are protesting in order to get the UK government to recognise the need to do something about climate change and to declare it an emergency.  1,577 more words

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Instead of a Rifle, Bring a Violin

Here’s something beautiful: Sudanese protesters outside the army headquarters in Khartoum, about a week ago. The sign reads, “Instead of a rifle, bring a violin.” 117 more words

Sudan activists to impose civilian power

Sudanese Professionals Association, which has been enhancing protests, announced  news conference at 1700 GMT on April 21 outside the army complex, inviting foreign diplomats. The Association promises to propose their own civilian council to facilitate transition of power from military. 222 more words

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State: in Sudan a civilian government

The United States supports a transition to a peaceful and democratic Sudan led by civilians who represent the diversity of Sudanese society.
Morgan Ortagus
Department Spokesperson
Washington, DC
April 18, 2019