Africa: We Muslim Girls Know How It Feels to Be Noura. Now We Must Fight for Her.
A Sudanese teenager faces the death penalty after killing her rapist in self-defence. Like for many of us, home was not a safe place for her. Read more »
Sudan: 'I'm Not Sure How They're Surviving' - Soaring Inflation Hits Hard
From construction companies to pharmacies, businesses in Sudan are struggling as basic costs change by the day, if not the hour. Read more »
December 18, 2017
Sudan: Since the Removal of Sanctions, Economy Has Actually Got Worse
Sanctions held back Sudan's economy, but not nearly as much as the government's own policies. Read more »
June 27, 2017
Sudan: The Case for Removing U.S. Sanctions On Sudan
Suspending or re-imposing sanctions could not only discourage any future progress, but also jeopardise that which has already been made. Read more »
June 05, 2017
Africa: Amid Silence, Atrocities in Darfur Have Restarted
Witnesses say that following clashes with armed rebels, pro-government militias have embarked on a military campaign against civilians. Read more »
January 16, 2017
Sudan: Easing Sanctions - Lifeline for Bashir or Catalyst for Change?
What's behind Obama's 11th-hour decision to lift sanctions on one of the world's most isolated regimes? Read more »
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