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Worried Christians ‘Wait and See’ After Sudan Coup
With believers unable to communicate, international advocates weigh in on how the Sudanese church—buoyed by recent religious freedom gains—considers the military seizure of power.
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Worried Christians ‘Wait and See’ After Sudan Coup
Worried Christians ‘Wait and See’ After Sudan Coup
With believers unable to communicate, international advocates weigh in on how the Sudanese church—buoyed by recent religious freedom gains—considers the military seizure of power.

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