Sudan protesters, police clash as anti-Bashir unrest widens
Stone-throwing protesters clashed with Sudanese security forces in the capital Khartoum and three other cities on Thursday (January 17) and a child and a doctor were reported killed in the latest spasm of unrest over price rises and cash shortages that flared a month ago.
UN calls on Sudan to investigate protest deaths
Concern over the situation in Sudan has grown at the United Nations as deadly protests continue. Thousands of people have returned to the street to protest rising prices, shortages of basic commodities and a cash crunch.
Buhari: I’m not Jubril from Sudan, I’m Buhari, President rubbishes clone rumour
President Muhammadu Buhari has finally responded to canards making rounds that he died when he went for a medical treatment in the UK and was replaced by one Jubril from Sudan.
The bicycle traders from Sudan
Can you imagine cycling for two days just to buy coffee or juice? Not only that - this man and his brother are also crossing one of the most dangerous borders on the planet: Sudan - South Sudan.
Belgian government under pressure over deportations
The Belgian government has suspended deportations to Sudan pending an inquiry into the alleged torture of returnees.
In Sudan, the first iftar of Ramadan takes place in the street
Residents of Khartoum break the fast on the first day of Ramadan by enjoying the traditional dish assida, a porridge-like lump served with stews, in the street with neighbours and passers-by.
Displaced women face threat of rape in Central African Republic
It's one of the world's forgotten conflicts. Forced to flee violence in the Central African Republic, thousands of displaced people are languishing in a camp on the border between Chad and Sudan.