Over 100 people were reportedly killed in the capital and across Sudan in a sweeping crackdown last week.
It remains unclear what caused him to drown.
The Darfur region of western Sudan has been recognized as the site of genocide since 2004 by dozens of political officials
Civil Lawsuit On Behalf Of Sudanese Victims Brought Against BNP Paribas In U.S. Federal District Court
We can expect nothing encouraging on Sudan from the incoming "America First" administration of a racist Donald Trump. But
December 27, 2016 Praising those guilty of such terrible crimes for mere promises is expediency of the worst sort. We heard
"Sudanese Disobedience Day" (December 19): The international community must warn Khartoum not to use excessive force in response
As Sudan approaches what has become a day of reckoning-- #عصينا19ديسمبر #Dec19Disobedience Why People Are Protesting Sudan's
Just as destructive as Gration in the attitudes and policy views he espoused was Obama's second special envoy, Princeton
What Khartoum is saying to the U.S. by way of arresting those who gave some account of this "change in demography" to the
North Darfur is the location of what is somewhat loosely referred to as "East Jebel Marra," the region east of the massif
Why should we believe that Obama will not betray the Sudanese people as a whole just as cynically in the present moment, especially with the cover of so many European countries eager to embrace a genocidal regime?
[An extended analysis of the rape of women and girls in Darfur, with framing narrative, data spreadsheet, and a mapping of
A remarkable opportunity has presented itself, one that allows the administration to create an important legacy for the two Sudans, one that would endure long after the end of President Obama's term in office.
Washington obviously intends sanctions to cause economic hardship, but for what purpose? In the early 1990s Khartoum supported Saddam Hussein's Iraq against America and dallied with Islamic radicalism, even inviting Osama bin Laden to stay. However, that practice ended after 9/11.
The debate about whether or not Darfur (Sudan) was the site of genocide long ago flamed out, largely because the issue became excessively politicized and the world -- in general -- no longer cared about how we referred to continuing ethnically-targeted destruction in Darfur.
At this very moment decisions are being made that will affect the lives and security of millions of people in Darfur, and yet we hear nothing of significance from the Obama administration about the urgency of preserving key elements of the force.
Sudan holds national elections in the coming days, including for the office of president. The result is a foregone conclusion, indeed to speak of the voting process that will occur as an "election" is deeply misleading.
Sudan holds elections in mid-April, including a vote for the next President. It is a foregone conclusion that the victor will be the same man who has ruled Sudan with an iron fist for more than twenty-five years.