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Farmers killed, wounded and raped in Sudan

“Farmers are have been killed, wounded, and raped by herders in Darfur in the past weeks and farms have been…

Schoolgirl Raped As Darfur Farm Violence Continues

“A herder seized a 13-year-old schoolgirl who was collecting firewood south of Mali village near Nierteti in Central Darfur on…

Sudanese Govt Overturns Controversial Clothing, Drinking Law

“Sudan’s transitional government has overturned a moral policing law that criminalized certain clothing for women and drinking alcohol.” source: https://allafrica.com/stories/201912040182.html…

Sudan Tanker Explodes at Ceramics Factory

“A gas tanker exploded at a ceramics factory in Khartoum on Tuesday, killing at least 23 people and injuring dozens…

Bashir now faces death over 1989 coup that brought him to power

“Deposed Sudan President Omar al Bashir, already on trial over economic crimes during his 30-year reign, faces a possible death…

Sudan’s House Divided Poses Challenge to Successful Revolution

“Either way, as the country transitions from 30 years of divide and rule politics to one that seeks to lift…

Hundreds march in Sudan capital seeking justice for martyrs

“Hundreds of protesters marched Saturday through downtown Khartoum to demand justice for those killed in demonstrations against Sudan’s now ousted…

Sudan Dissolves National Congress Party

“In a joint meeting on Thursday, Sudan’s Sovereign Council and Cabinet decided to disband the National Congress Party established by…

Readers from 31 countries

Today our readers come from 31 countries USA, Australia, Sri Lanka, India, Malaysia, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Russia, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, United…

Sudan: Attacks May Be Crimes Against Humanity

“A prominent human rights groups said Monday that fatal attacks on protesters in Sudan in June of this year may…

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