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In Sudan’s Nuba Mountains, Rebels Make Gains—And Talk of Marching on Khartoum

In the shade of a thorn tree on a plain of cracked earth and yellow grass, Brig. Gen. Namiri Murrad lays out how the rebels of southern Sudan plan to unite and overthrow President Omar al-Bashir and his Islamist regime in Khartoum. “Right now, our work is to clean our house,” he tells TIME in [...]
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