Sudan's university professors leave country to flee poverty

Fed up with neglect and oppression, over 50 percent of Sudan's professors go abroad in search of better opportunities.

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    Sudan's economic and political crisis is having a deep impact at all levels of society. And it is not just dividing public opinion but also the members of the same household.

    A group of professors is putting forward a political plan which they say could get Sudan out of its crisis. But these intellectuals say they are used to being ignored.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Vall reports from Khartoum.


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