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The Conflict in Sudan: Between Personal Agendas and External Interventions

Continuous interference from Egypt and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has significantly contributed to fueling and accelerating the outbreak of the war. Following their support for the 25 October coup against the government of Abdallah Hamdok, both countries have continued to pursue their interests by sponsoring and backing conflicting military …

No recognition, no rights: The abject plight of Egypt’s Palestinian refugees

The situation Palestinian refugees face in Egypt is unique. In addition to being fewer in number than the large Palestinian communities that settled in pre-1948 Palestine’s other neighbouring countries (Syria, Jordan and Lebanon) they live in limbo; neither recognised as refugees nor as citizens.