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The determination in Khartoum brought tears to my eyes

It is blisteringly hot in Khartoum, a minimum of 40C (104F) in the daytime

Sudan’s revolution growing despite undercurrent of fear

We were confronted by the presence of military and intelligence units as soon as we left the capital's airport and headed to the centre of the anti-government protests in town

Venezuelans risk illness as they resort to dirty water

They are surrounded by plastic bottles. They are digging down to find water trickling from ruptured pipes. People are now desperate

Venezuela crisis: Rich and poor both suffer as Venezuela struggles without...

Shops, businesses, schools and hotels are closed because of the lack of power

Venezuela: Power cuts – not power struggle – could see off...

For the first time in weeks, the government decided to change tack and attempt to disrupt the rally, not with force, but with an overwhelming security services presence designed to intimidate and snuff out the mass movement of people across the capital

Venezuela’s political superstar Guaido shines on, as Maduro refuses to budge

We haven't missed one yet, nor have hundreds of thousands, who flooded in to towns and city centres all over the country

Venezuela crisis: President Maduro holds firm in face of widespread condemnation

There is a continuous swirl or rumours; coup, counter-coup and crackdown

Venezuela will only get worse as war of words intensifies

It was here we filmed the panoramic majesty of the mountains that dominate the skyline of the city on the valley floor, and it was here we were stopped in about two minutes of our arrival

Juan Guaido: Venezuela’s self-declared leader may struggle to stay free

He has been in hiding since his announcement in front of hundreds of thousands of people who had streamed into the capital on Wednesday for a day of protest against the government of Nicolas Maduro

Crowds defy police to cry out for change in Venezuela

They had promised thousands would be out on the streets across the country; but only the very optimistic dreamed of the size of the turn out following the opposition's call for action