Adam Abdel, 7, was badly burned
when a bomb dropped
by a Sudanese government plane
landed next to his family’s home
in Central Darfur, Sudan.
Feb. 27, 2015.
Wins Award for Courage in Photojournalism
May. 10, 2016
Sudan Deposed a Dictator, but Protests Won't Stop. NYT 2 May 2019
Sudan Deposed a Dictator, but Protests Won't Stop. Here's Why | Dispatches The New York Times 2 May 2019
Even after forcing out president Omar al-Bashir,
who ruled Sudan for 30 years,
thousands of pro-democracy protesters
are still out on the streets.
Why? Because the country’s military generals
have taken power into their hands.
The Worst Atrocity You've Never Heard Of: Sudan's Nuba Mountains NYT 19 July 2015
The Worst Atrocity You've Never Heard Of: Sudan's Nuba Mountains | The New York Times 19 July 2015
Ordinary people living in grass huts
are being bombed in Sudan's Nuba Mountains.
American surgeon Tom Catena
is the only doctor in a region largely cut off
from food, medicine and aid.
Produced by: Adam B. Ellick
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