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Colorful about fatal prejudice

Amjad Abu Alala: You will die at twenty

WRONG: Superstition and prophecy form the framework of a story in which a curse says that the main character will die before he turns twenty.

Football bans and women's matches

Marwa Zein: Khartoum Offside

SUDANISH WOMEN'S FOOTBALL: When the African dream is not to meet the right one, but to play for the national team.

When going to the cinema becomes a political act

Suhaib Gasmelbari: Talking About Trees

SUDAN: What role can cinema play in democracy building?

A dark spot on the map

Jamal Mahjoub: A Line in the River. Khartoum, City of Memory

: The Sudanese author Jamal Mahjoub's A Line in the River gives a complex picture of why so much has gone wrong in Sudan.

Decay, dictatorship and anarchy

: Implementation of South Sudan's peace agreement from August seems more impossible than ever.

A ruined country

: The new peace agreement must be completed within 30 months. But is there hope for a ravaged South Sudan?