Polls have closed in Sudan’s presidential and parliamentary elections after four days of voting, with President Omar al-Bashir and his party assured
Sudan begins three days of presidential and parliamentary elections, which the main opposition parties have boycotted, paving the way for another win for incumbent President Omar al-Bashir.
Children will always be children and even war will not kill their sense of creativity and play. US documentary maker Andrew Berends spent several
While Sudan’s north-south civil war was raging in 2003 – the country’s second major internal conflict since it gained independence in 1956 – worrying
the global conversation
In an exclusive interview with Euronews’ Mohammed Shaikhibrahim, Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir accuses Israeli and American secret services of
The President of Sudan has warned that the fight against jihadist extremism must engage militants on an ideological level, and not solely concentrate
The rights group Human Rights Watch (HRW) says that more than 200 women and girls were raped by members of the Sudanese army in a 36-hour assault on
A militia in South Sudan releases the first of many child soldiers as part of peace deal
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A Sudanese woman who was spared the death penalty for marrying a Christian has been released from jail after being detained at Khartoum
A woman was re-arrested hours after being freed from death row for converting from Islam to Christianity.
Mariam Yahya Ibrahim was detained –
A Sudanese woman sentenced to death for “abandoning Islam” has been freed after her case caused outcry around the world.
A Khartoum appeal court
Sudan’s government appears to have gone back on an earlier pledge to release a woman sentenced to death for abandoning Islam.
So far there has been
A woman sentenced to death for being a Christian and “abandoning her Islamic faith” will soon be freed, authorities in Sudan have said.
There have been protests in Sudan where a court has condemned a woman to death for abandoning her faith after marrying a Christian man.
Aid agencies fear the humanitarian crisis is deepening in South Sudan.
Over 12,000 people live in one camp in Juba and the numbers are growing
More than 200 people have drowned in a ferry accident on the River Nile in South Sudan. The victims, who reportedly included women and children, were
The South Sudanese government and rebel negotiators are at the Sheraton Hotel in Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital, where peace talks are underway
The United Nations has made a plea for peace as talks start between South Sudan’s government and rebels.
Representatives of the two sides are in
The leaders of two of South Sudan’s neighbours have arrived in the capital Juba hoping to kick start talks between the warring parties.