- Sudan Liberation Army discusses peace in Darfur | Radio Dabanga February 20, 2021
- Minawi: Sudan’s MoU with ICC is ‘first step in achieving justice’ | Radio Dabanga February 18, 2021
- PM Hamdok announces Sudan’s new gvt | Radio Dabanga February 9, 2021
- SRF groups get seven portfolios in Sudan’s new cabinet – Radio Dabanga January 6, 2021
- IMF: ‘Removal from terrorism list first step in debt relief for Sudan’ | Radio Dabanga December 16, 2020
- Sudan PM Hamdok: ‘No place to hide’ from accountability | Radio Dabanga December 15, 2020
- Sudan officially removed from USA list of State Sponsors of Terrorism | Radio Dabanga December 15, 2020
- Statement from Secretary Steven T. Mnuchin on Sudan | U.S. Department of the Treasury December 14, 2020
- Tribal reconciliation agreement in South Darfur | Radio Dabanga November 30, 2020
- Sudan rebel leaders welcomed in Khartoum | Radio Dabanga November 16, 2020
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The Dictator Who Waged War on Darfur Is Gone, but the Killing Goes On By Declan Walsh July 30, 2020 The ouster of Sudan’s longtime ruler last year stoked hopes for peace in brutalized Darfur. But violence has surged amid … Continue reading
KHARTOUM — Sudan’s finance ministry said on Sunday it would take control over all state firms, including ones owned by the security forces, as it works to straighten out the country’s faltering economy and open it up to foreign financing. … Continue reading
Sudan to Investigate Darfur Atrocities Under Ousted Leader By Abdi Latif Dahir December 22, 2019 About 300,000 people were killed in the conflict and some 2.7 million were forced from their homes during the war, according to the United Nations.
Trump Administration Moves to Upgrade Diplomatic Ties With Sudan By Edward Wong December 5, 2019 The two nations agreed to exchange ambassadors for the first time in 23 years. But the State Department is keeping Sudan on a list of … Continue reading
Sudan Overturns Moral Policing Law and Disbands Al-Bashir’s Party By The Associated Press November 29, 2019 The announcements by the country’s transitional government fulfilled two major demands by pro-democracy protesters.
Military and Civilian Leaders in Sudan Inch Forward With Political Deal By Declan Walsh July 17, 2019 The power-sharing agreement is another step on the country’s fraught transition to democracy. But key details have yet to be worked out.
In Sudan, a Power-Sharing Deal Propelled by a Secret Meeting and Public Rage By Declan Walsh July 6, 2019 Just a month ago, Sudan’s protest movement appeared crippled. What led the military to suddenly agree to share power? Back-room negotiations, … Continue reading
Sudan Power-Sharing Deal Reached by Military and Civilian Leaders By Declan Walsh July 5, 2019 The agreement promises an end to the standoff that has paralyzed the African country since the ouster of President Omar Hassan al-Bashir in April.
Sudan’s Military Abandons Talks and Opens Fire on Democracy Protesters By Declan Walsh June 3, 2019 As many as 31 people were killed, according to witnesses, as power-sharing talks between pro-democracy protesters and the country’s military rulers collapsed.
Marching Toward a Massacre By Nicholas Kristof January 17, 2019 The people of Sudan need the world’s help to protect them from their genocidal president.