Omar Al Bashir

Sudan's transitional authorities have agreed to surrender all those wanted in connection with the Darfur conflict.
After ousting a long-reigning dictator, Sudan's protest movement fears the military is gripping onto power.
The council itself took power in a coup on April 11 when military officials ousted and detained former President Omar al-Bashir.
The long-reigning dictator was toppled this week, but the consequences of his rule continue to be devastating.
Omar al-Bashir has been arrested in the wake of escalating protests against his 30-year rule.
Trump's Saudi Arabia visit marks his first trip overseas.
Welcome to Sudan, a country under strict financial sanctions by Washington -- renewed this month for yet another year -- because
Yes, I know ... we house the United Nations with certain rules and responsibilities, but isn't there a point where we must take a moral stand? Isn't this just the place? Giving a forum to a mass killer to speak to the world? Really?
A group of 120 legislators are calling on President Obama to use his final months in office to "exercise leadership" on human
Constant attention to the plight of Syrians, Iraqis and others has also made it easy to overlook the often more threatening circumstances of roughly 40 million people internally displaced in their own countries--most of which are not in the Levant.