Outages persist throughout the country as the capital, Khartoum, erupts in riots
March is the deadliest month so far in Syria’s two-year conflict, Sudan orders the release of political prisoners, and Greece’s far-right Golden Dawn party is planning to expand abroad
Ambassador Princeton Lyman oversaw the split-up of Sudan, but he is troubled by the continued mistrust and fighting in the region
The furor over a provocative video has obscured the deep anger at U.S. foreign policy that has long existed in the Middle East.
Does a week of protests in and around Khartoum show that Sudan is facing its own Arab Spring?
If you wanted a celebrity to adopt your cause, you’d pray for George Clooney. The 50-year-old gets to address Congress, the National Security Council and the U.N. General Assembly, meet U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and …
In the shade of a thorn tree on a plain of cracked earth and yellow grass, Brigadier General Namiri Murrad lays out how the rebels of southern Sudan plan to unite and overthrow President Omar Hassan al-Bashir and his Islamist …
Assassinations. Pitched battles. Cross-border bombing raids. Hundreds of thousands of refugees. At what point will the rising conflict between Sudan and South Sudan be recognized as a new war?
In the last year, to visit Sudan has been to undertake an exercise in schizophrenia. In the run-up to a referendum in January on whether to split Africa’s largest country in two, the mostly Christian south was – against all odds – about to pull off a peaceful and credible referendum on independence, despite medieval poverty and …