Sudan has upended decades of strict Islamist governance by spiking apostasy laws and making female genital mutilation illegal. In addition, it will allow non-Muslims to drink alcohol.

Sudan Introduces Wide-Reaching Reforms To Move Away From Strict Islamist Rule

By Eyder Peralta NPR
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