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Tagreed Abdin
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Don't Tell Me How to Grieve: On grief and loss
Don't tell me how to grieve. You do not understand my loss; you do not feel my pain. Don't tell me how to grieve. The loss of a child is unimaginable, the loss of a parent shakes your very existence. He was a baby, they may say. He is in heaven, they soothe...

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New blogpost: Only In Sudan: A Quest for Injera
I will not let a stranger in my car again. I will not let a stranger in my car again. I will not let a stranger in my car again.

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Only In Sudan: A Quest for Injera
I will not
let a stranger in my car again. I will not let a stranger in my car again. I
will not let a stranger in my car again. I repeated
this to myself over and over while I waited for the stranger to call another
stranger to give me directions to a stra...

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Ode to #Addis: Taggy & Co. Visit #Abyssinia Aug. 2014 #Ethiopia  #Blog 

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Ode to Addis: Taggy & Co. Visit Abyssinia
Taggy & Co. Visit Abyssinia : These are my impressions of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia,
which I visited with my family for a few days around August 2014 . The good life is good but the simple life is
amazing.  On vacation, I usually seek basic necessities peppered...

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Taggy & Co. Visit Abyssinia
Taggy & Co. Visit Abyssinia : These are my impressions of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia,
which I visited with my family for a few days around August 2014 . The good life is good but the simple life is amazing.  On vacation, I usually seek basic necessities peppered...

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Taggy & Co. Visit Abyssinia
Taggy & Co. Visit Abyssinia : These are my impressions of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia,
which I visited with my family for a few days around August 2014 . The good life is good but the simple life is amazing.  On vacation, I usually seek basic necessities peppered...

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From the archives: Sudan - the heartache continues.

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Sudan: Murder & Heartache and a forgotten hashtag
I wrote this in April 2014, after the murder of Ali Abaker Musa but it was never published. The recent death of Sumaya Bushra and other victims of the authorities brought this to mind - and I inserted some updates in asterisked parenthesis. The sadness is s...

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Sudan: The Case of the Missing Professor - Pambazuka News
Khartoum, Sudan Professor Omar Haroon Al Khaleefa left
his home on Friday, September 14, 2012. His family continues to search for him
and holds the Sudanese authorities responsible for not investigating his
disappearance or providing plausible information a...
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