Refugees meet trouble in Egypt and Sudan
The foreign minister of the world’s youngest nation says a group has attempted a coup in the capital
Vote was a test-drive, not official
Outages persist throughout the country as the capital, Khartoum, erupts in riots
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 Feb. 19 kidnapping of a French family in Cameroon by suspected Islamist radicals raises fears of growing cross-boarder operations by African jihadi groups and the use of abduction as a tactic to counter France’s Mali intervention
As economic woes deepen, many observers suspect that Bashir, subject of a war-crime indictment at the International Criminal Court in The Hague, will face an internal power struggle that he may not survive.
A mysterious Oct. 23 bomb blast in Khartoum, the Sudanese capital, sparked allegations of Israeli subterfuge and sabotage
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?
Muslim anger over the controversial anti-Muhammad video clip spread to Sudan. with a violent focus on the Germans
A year after achieving its independence, South Sudan is wracked by instability and concerns over the frailties of its fledgling government. A refugee crisis, sparked by neighboring Sudan’s brutal crackdown on rebel militias north …
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 …