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Sudan’s war leaves its history and culture in ashes

Mail Guardian South Africa 16 Jun 2023
Under the rule of Bashir’s National Congress Party — which ended when the dictator was toppled in a revolution in 2019 — cultural events at Khartoum University were routinely censored, the theatre, music and sculpture departments at the Fine Arts College were shut down and attempts were made to destroy an invaluable archive of Sudanese music.
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‘Khartoum was lit with savage fire’: five Sudanese writers on the country’s nightmare conflict

The Observer 02 Jun 2023
When the fighting first started in Khartoum, I hid from the news ... Since my dad died, they had been my connection to Khartoum. They were “me” if I had stayed, living my alternative Khartoum life, not the one I was living in Aberdeen ... Every Eid, I phone my Khartoum cousins ... Authoritarianism and Attacks on the Arts in Sudan’s 30 Years of Islamist Rule.
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Sudanese army voices commitment to cease-fire deal, humanitarian arrangements

Xinhua 22 May 2023
This photo taken on April 15, 2023 shows smoke rising in Khartoum, capital of Sudan ... KHARTOUM, May 21 (Xinhua) -- The Sudanese Army announced on Sunday its commitment to the Agreement on a Short-Term Cease-fire and Humanitarian Arrangements it signed with the Rapid Support Forces (RSF) in the Saudi Arabian port city of Jeddah late Saturday.
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Heavy gunfire in Sudan ahead of ceasefire talks

Yahoo Daily News 14 May 2023
Heavy fighting between warring parties has continued in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum, and other cities ahead of the ceasefire talks on Sunday ... Clashes were reported in Khartoum, neighbouring Omdurman and Geneina in the Darfur region ... In Khartoum, art curator Duaa Tariq, 30, said his area was under RSF control ... ....
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Sudan talks to resume in Saudi Arabia amid heavy fighting

Dawn 14 May 2023
KHARTOUM ... Fighting has rocked Khartoum and adjoining areas as well as Geneina in ... “Our neighbourhood is now completely under RSF control, They loot and harass people and wander around, always armed, taking shelter wherever they want,” said Duaa Tariq, 30, an art curator in Khartoum.
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Ceasefire talks to resume in Saudi Arabia amid heavy fighting in Sudan

The Arab Weekly 14 May 2023
KHARTOUM –. Khartoum residents described fierce battles on Saturday with ... “Our neighbourhood is now completely under RSF control, They loot and harass people and wander around, always armed, taking shelter wherever they want,” said Duaa Tariq, 30, an art curator in Khartoum.
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Sudan Talks to Resume in Saudi Amid Heavy Fighting

Voa News 14 May 2023
Khartoum residents described fierce battles Saturday with fighters roving the ... "Our neighborhood is now completely under RSF control, They loot and harass people and wander around, always armed, taking shelter wherever they want," said Duaa Tariq, 30, an art curator in Khartoum.
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Sudan talks to resume in Saudi Arabia as battles rage in Khartoum

Al Jazeera 13 May 2023
Khartoum residents have described fierce battles with fighters roving the streets and little sign Sudan’s warring sides are respecting ... They loot and harass people and wander around, always armed, taking shelter wherever they want,” said Duaa Tariq, 30, an art curator in Khartoum.
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Majority back jobseeker rise, vapes to be banned, plea for help from NT town

The Observer 01 May 2023
TheBritish military will oversee another evacuation flight from Sudan as fighting between rival armies continues to rage in the capital, Khartoum, and medics warn the health system could collapse. A South Korean art student who ate a banana that formed part of a renowned ...
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Sudan Conflict: Pro-Democracy Artists Under Attack And Museums At Risk Of Looting, Sources Say

MENA FN 27 Apr 2023
(MENAFN - USA Art News) As Sudan descends into chaos, sources on the ground in Khartoum say the country's museums are caught in the crossfire and raise fears that artists associated with the ... .
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Diplomats Desert as Sudanese Ship Sinks

The American Spectator 26 Apr 2023
Two thousand foreign diplomats, their families, support staff, and security teams hunkered down in their embassies, homes, and barracks for over two weeks as hostilities mounted and corpses piled up in the streets of Khartoum ... embassy in Khartoum ... For China, it’s South Sudan oil, Sudan pipelines and refineries, and Port Khartoum.
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Intensity of clashes eases amid Sudan truce, residents say

Hickory Record 26 Apr 2023
KHARTOUM, Sudan (AP) — Sudanese in the capital of Khartoum and the neighboring city of Omdurman reported sporadic clashes early Wednesday between the military and a rival paramilitary force but said the intensity of fighting had dwindled on the second day of a three-day truce ... Tens of thousands more have fled to calmer provinces near Khartoum.
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Sudan: Online posts show trapped civilians and doctors in despair

Al Jazeera 20 Apr 2023
A doctor in grey-green scrubs and a face mask walks into the crowded reception area of Khartoum Teaching Hospital ... 89 Students from Khartoum's Faculty of Art have been trapped for two days in a university library after heavy fighting between the army and the Rapid Support Forces broke out on Saturday.
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Salah Elmur: ‘I named my exhibition after the man who used to come and collect the bills’

The Observer 24 Mar 2023
Since he was a child growing up beside the banks of the Blue Nile in Khartoum, Salah Elmur has been fascinated by water and electricity ... I go out of the country for a few months but I have to come back to Khartoum every now and then just to recharge myself and to fill my imagination and my vision.”.
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Efforts To Represent Sudanese Drama Across Global Platforms

MENA FN 26 Jan 2023
(MENAFN - Sudanow Magazine) Khartoum 25.1.2023 (Sudanow) - Arts are the mirror of Nations; civilizations are measured by it; And when we talk about arts ; here we need to stand; in which we ... .

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