Prime Minister of Sudan’s transitional government, Abdalla Hamdok.
Sudan’s new government came to power after a people-driven process to oust former President Omar al-Bashir. It must be careful to place ordinary Sudanese at the centre of the reforms process.
A Sudanese demonstrator at a protest in the capital Khartoum.
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The people are frustrated with a reform agenda that is unfolding at snail’s pace.
The military has taken control of Sudan while protesters demand a total clean-out of Omar al-Bashir’s regime.
The time for fundamental political reforms in Sudan is now with the end of al-Bashir’s rule.
Victoria Police inspect the scene after Sunday morning’s brawl in which six people were injured, one critically.
After a violent brawl involving African Australians on Sunday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison suggested Victoria Police needed to take a firmer hand – but it’s far more complicated than that.
People at a temple in Ahmedabad, India. The country’s government struggles to come to terms with racism against African immigrants.
Racial violence has its parallels in other forms of violence in India. The prejudice runs across multiple channels from caste, region, religion to gender.
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