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The country is still under military rule, but protesters now have a powerful voice
I grew up watching censors rip apart my father’s newspaper, now they have forced me out of Khartoum
Growing movement to oust Omar al-Bashir cuts across social classes and ethnic divides
After 30 years of Bashir’s rule the people are losing patience at the corruption
The drive to uncover and preserve history is undermined by dam projects and rivalries
The country will need to shed its violent reputation as a pariah state if its industries are to prosper