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Outages persist throughout the country as the capital, Khartoum, erupts in riots
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Foreign mining operations in Mozambique displace local families, the E.U. trade chief wants an investment pact with China and violence that has raged in the Swedish capital Stockholm has stoked a national debate over issues of …
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
The U.N. will investigate whether Syria’s rebel forces used chemical weapons in a rocket attack, Brazilian lawmakers debate abortion reform, and Chad rebels threaten to restart rebellion against country’s government
Sudan’s Deputy Chief Justice caused alarm among human rights campaigners last week when he announced at a press briefing that Sudanese judges may receive special training to perform amputations on convicts should doctors refuse to do so.
Ambassador Princeton Lyman oversaw the split-up of Sudan, but he is troubled by the continued mistrust and fighting in the region
The sudden spurt of activity involving the still contentious border and oil prices has been inspired by the almost certain economic cataclysm in the event of war. So how long will this peace last?
One year after its independence, the fledgling nation of South Sudan is torn by feuding factions, burdened by a sclerotic, likely corrupt government and forever in the shadow of war with Sudan to the north. All the while, its …
Thousands of refugees are pouring into South Sudan from the north with tales of atrocities at the hands of the Sudanese government in Blue Nile state
Does a week of protests in and around Khartoum show that Sudan is facing its own Arab Spring?