The campaign to establish democracy in Sudan is having an impact on civilians at home as well as on regional relations, write analysts for AllAfrica news partners, The New Humanitarian and The East African. Within the country, Sudanese are confronted by challenges ranging from growing medical needs in Khartoum to renewed violence in regions such as Darfur. Abroad, the crisis is having an impact on regional security and could escalate divisions stretching into the Middle East.
Civilians Face Increasing Fragility Under Military Rule
The New Humanitarian, 14 June 2019
Humanitarian officials say aid operations 'hampered' in the wake of political violence. Read more »
How the Sudan Crisis Is Playing Out in Africa and the Middle East
East African, 16 June 2019
The Sudan crisis could become a major contagion in the region's security and trade and also escalate the divisions in the Gulf Peninsula manifested in the current war in Yemen. Read more »
Sudanese women wave flags during outside army headquarters in Khartoum.
Port Sudan Conflict Addressed by Govt
SNA, 16 June 2019
The Native administration and Sufi Sect delegation has got acquainted with the ongoing efforts in the Red Sea to contain the situation following the recent dispute that took place… Read more »
Women Injured in North Darfur 'Land Dispute'
Radio Dabanga, 16 June 2019
Two displaced women from the camps in Kabkabiya in North Darfur have been injured in attacks by paramilitaries on farms, under the pretext of ownership of the land. Read more »
Saudi Leader Weighs In On Sudan
The Crown Prince of of Saudi Arabia, Mohamed bin Salman has underlined that Sudan' security and stability concern the Saudi Arabia greatly. Read more »
Khartoum Finds Itself in Midst of 'Regional Rivalry'
SudaNow, 1 June 2019
Despite its geostrategic importance as a link between the Middle East and Africa, Sudan suffered the twin problems of an identity crisis as well as marginalization. The first… Read more »
Egyptian Ambassador Meets Leading Member From Opposing Unionist Party
The Ambassador of the Arab Republic of Egypt to Khartoum met Sunday the negotiating member of Forces of Freedom and change (FFC), and leading member of Unionist Party, Isam… Read more »
In Khartoum, Civilian Rule Is Desirable but It Will Be a Long Shot... for Now
By the time Omar al-Bashir was ousted in April, he had lived 10 years with an indictment from the International Criminal Court hanging over his head. Read more »
How the Military Hijacked a Revolution
East African, 17 June 2019
The Sudanese Professional Association (SPA) that is leading Sudan's civil protests, now entering their seventh month, was officially established in August 2013 after surviving… Read more »
The former president was taken from Kober prison in Khartoum to the prosecutor's office to face charges of "possessing foreign currency, corruption and receiving gifts illegally." Read more »
Sudan's opposition leaders have agreed to end their campaign of civil disobedience and resume talks with the country's military rulers. In turn, the Transitional Military Council ... Read more »
With no end in sight for the military crackdown, the UN is calling for a "rapid deployment" of a monitoring team to look into allegations of serious rights violations, while ... Read more »
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