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Briefing : Sudan comes in from the cold as it transitions to civilian rule

29/08 | Sometime in the next few days, Sudan’s new cabinet will meet for the first time. That will mark the start of a three-year transition (...)

EXCLUSIVE : UN probe finds Sudan staff member solicited bribes from refugees

15/08 | An internal UN refugee agency investigation into allegations of corruption in its Sudan resettlement operations has determined that a (...)

Sudanese pay a price for revolution as cost of living soars

25/07 | Falafel is a cheap fast food usually snapped up quickly on the streets of Sudanese cities. But now Sadiya Seror sits with unsold trays (...)

Aid access and aid worker safety : Delivering help in a war zone

19/07 | In the Democratic Republic of Congo, violent clashes are continuing to hamper efforts to contain the most recent Ebola outbreak. (...)

Midyear update : Ten humanitarian crises and trends to watch in 2019

10/07 | Remember those 10 crises and trends to watch in 2019 we presented back in January? The issues are rapidly evolving, but we’ve been (...)

Rethink urged over withdrawal of peacekeepers from Sudan

1er/07 | The UN Security Council has paused the drawdown of peacekeepers from Sudan's troubled western province of Darfur, but local aid (...)

Sudan briefing : Civilians face increasing fragility under military rule

14/06 | Life is tentatively returning to Khartoum’s streets after pro-democracy campaigners abandoned a general strike this week, but Sudanese (...)

Blue Nile : ‘Prepare for peace and prepare for war’

11/06 | The stand-off in Khartoum between pro-democracy protesters and the ruling Transitional Military Council is being closely watched in (...)

Drought in Africa leaves 45 million in need across 14 countries

10/06 | Failed rains across eastern Africa, southern Africa, and the Horn of Africa are seeing another dire season for farmers, increasing food (...)

Briefing | Deadly protest crackdown casts shadow on Sudan’s future

6/06 | In violence reminiscent of some of the worst moments of former president Omar al-Bashir’s 30-year regime, scores of protesters are said (...)


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Sudan's ex-strongman on trial over coup that brought him to power

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'Thank you, our glorious revolution' : activists react as Sudan ditches Islamist (...)

16/07 | After 30 years under Omar al-Bashir, the country has abolished several discriminatory policies and banned FGM – in what activists have (...)

Tensions mount as Ethiopia allows dam across Nile headwaters to fill

15/07 | Egypt fears hydroelectric project will restrict limited waters on which its population depends Ethiopia has allowed a controversial dam (...)

Sudan bans FGM and breaks with hardline Islamist policies

12/07 | New laws include permitting of non-Muslims to drink alcohol and end of ‘takfir’ Sudan is to ban female genital mutilation (FGM), cancel (...)

Pressure mounts on Priti Patel over case of 11-year-old at risk of FGM

10/07 | Open letter by former judges, leading politicians and campaigners urges home secretary to grant asylum to Sudanese girl Barristers, (...)
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