‘The forgotten genocide’ – Mehdi Hasan blasts our silence on Sudan

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Mehdi Hasan sheds light on the atrocities that are taking place in Sudan but are unable to reach the world.

With more than 14,000 people dead, and more than eight million displaced, the violence in Sudan is still going mostly unnoticed in Western media.

Mehdi is joined by Nesrine Malik, an award-winning British-Sudanese journalist with the Guardian, who has covered the story in Sudan for years. She explains how the lack of information from the ground there is making the situation much more dire, especially when paired with false stereotypes.

“We don’t tend to think of war happening in countries like Sudan as a profoundly tragic, destabilising thing, and more as business as usual.”

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