Artists find creative freedom in post-Bashir Sudan

After Omar al-Bashir was removed as the president of Sudan, its artistic community is flourishing.

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    As the momentum to overthrow then-President Omar al-Bashir grew in Sudan, artwork opposing his 30-year rule started popping up around Khartoum.

    But since his removal in April, poets, musicians and painters are having their first taste of new-found artistic freedoms.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from the capital, Khartoum.


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