A man holds a Sudanese flag before flames at a barricade as people protest against the military coup in “Street 60” in the capital of Khartoum on November 13. Photo: AFP
A man holds a Sudanese flag before flames at a barricade as people protest against the military coup in “Street 60” in the capital of Khartoum on November 13. Photo: AFP

Letters | Why China’s response to Sudan’s military coup is not surprising

  • Readers discuss China’s economic relationship with Sudan, poverty and family separation in China, and Facebook’s rebranding

Topic |   China-Africa relations
A man holds a Sudanese flag before flames at a barricade as people protest against the military coup in “Street 60” in the capital of Khartoum on November 13. Photo: AFP
A man holds a Sudanese flag before flames at a barricade as people protest against the military coup in “Street 60” in the capital of Khartoum on November 13. Photo: AFP
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