The government of Sudan has often been accused of starkly violating human rights and just as often, it has denied these charges. DW’s Conflict Zone put Sudan’s Foreign Minister Ibrahim Gandour on the hot seat.
Leader Carrie Lam has admitted defeat over her extradition bill, but opponents want her gone. With protests to continue, will Beijing intervene? DW's Conflict Zone meets Ronny Tong, an adviser to Lam.
Even with support in the international community, self-appointed Venezuelan leader Juan Guaido has failed to oust President Maduro. Has Guaido's movement given false hope to Venezuelans? DW meets his envoy to the UK.
Three million people have fled hunger, poverty and political repression in Venezuela under President Nicolas Maduro. Why should he stay on as leader? DW meets the Venezuelan Ambassador to the EU, Claudia Salerno Caldera.
UK lawmakers have twice rejected Theresa May's Brexit deal, but the threat of not leaving the EU at all has worried hardliners in her party. Are the die-hards giving up? DW asks pro-Brexit MP Nigel Mills.
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