The Globe and Mail | After defying violence for months, Sudan’s fearless protesters are skeptical of latest agreement

When the protests began, Sarah Mouawia was arrested by Sudan’s secret police and imprisoned for four days in a covert “ghost house” known as the Refrigerator because of its permanently bone-chilling temperatures.

The police taunted her and beat her brutally with a stapler. It slowed her down only briefly.

For the past six months, the 20-year-old medical student has kept marching for democracy, despite the terrifying dangers that she faced. In early June, she took refuge in a hospital operating theatre to escape a massacre that killed more than 100 protesters in Khartoum. Last Sunday, at the latest marches, she crawled through a ditch to avoid the bullets of security forces who opened fire on the demonstrators.

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