Human Rights Watch Wants U.S. to Take Action in Sudan
Human Rights Watch is calling on the U.S. government to insist that Khartoum takes tangible actions to improve its human rights record before permanently revoking sanctions.
Sudanese women protesting for their political rights (file photo).
HRW, 3 May 2017
United States policy makers should insist that Sudan take tangible actions to improve the government's deplorable human rights record before permanently revoking sanctions, Human… Read more »
IFEX, 3 May 2017
Acquiring official access to Sudan's conflict zones is challenging for foreign journalists, and reporting conditions for local Sudanese journalists - especially those from Darfur -… Read more »
Rights activists say the amendments are incompatible with the outcomes of the concluded National Dialogue and reflects only the will of the ruling party. Read more »