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As pressure builds in Khartoum, the grand old man of the Umma Party tries to win back power

The Prime Minister that the National Islamic Front (NIF) overthrew in 1989, El Sadig el Sideeg el Mahdi, sees a chance to win back power as conflict deepens at the core of the Khartoum regime. He may have left it too late: other opposition forces are strengthening their positions and growing more militant.

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