Observing Her Country From Abroad, Sudanese Student Seeks Comprehensive Peace

Observing Her Country From Abroad, Sudanese Student Seeks Comprehensive Peace

The collapse of Sudan's national unity government caught Sara Anihiri*, 24, completely off guard.

When the Halifax, Nova Scotia, resident and Dalhousie University graduate student learned of the departure from the Sudanese government of cabinent members from the ex-rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement, she, like others in the Sudanese diaspora, feared the worst.

"Are people going to go again to war?"

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