The people of Sudan in north-eastern Africa have been marking a year since the overthrow of the dictator Omar al-Bashir. Hopes were high that the nation would be able to overcome 30 years of corruption and economic decline, but those hopes are still a long way from being fulfilled. As well as economic stagnation, Sudan is dealing with the coronavirus pandemic and swarms of locusts eating the crops. DW’s Aya Ibrahim caught up with a friend she made there during those heady days a year ago.
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