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Sudanese courts rob the poor

The slim, bewildered 18-year-old could not control her feelings when she told her story in a public order court in Khartoum. She started to cry. She had gone to Khartoum to study at university and was living in a campus dormitory.

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Ayin, an independent Sudanese media house, which provides a platform for Sudanese journalists to report on sensitive issues. For their own safety, the journalists write anonymously

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