Sunday 16 October 2005
Beyond Invited Spaces: Collective Action on Poverty
Issues in the New Sudan Now!
By John Pangech
Oct 16, 2005 — The devastation of decades of marginalisation, mismanagements, military rules, money laundering,
corruption, patronages, (...)
Tuesday 29 September 2009
By Manyang Mayom
September 26, 2009 (JUBA) – The retired Archbishop of the Episcopal Church of the Sudan (ECS), the Most Rev. Dr. Joseph Marona Biringi, died in Khartoum on Friday, September 18 and was laid to rest on the following (...)
Wednesday 13 February 2013
February 13, 2013 (JUBA) - South Sudan on Wednesday launched plans for compulsory civil registration at childbirth, in an attempt to count and account for every South Sudanese citizen.
The exercise was launched at a seminar in the (...)
Saturday 17 March 2007
March 15, 2007 (KHARTOUM) — Two women, Amunah Abdallah (23) and Sa’diah Fadul (22) have been sentenced to death by stoning by the criminal court of Al-Azazi, Manajil province, Al-Jazirah Satte in east-central Sudan for committing (...)
Thursday 6 November 2003
By ABAKAR SALEH Associated Press Writer
N’DJAMENA, Chad, Nov 06, 2003 (AP) — A firing squad executed four men on Thursday who were convicted of murdering a Sudanese businessman, a human rights official said.
Mahamat Adam Issa, Moubarak (...)
Wednesday 5 November 2003
LIBREVILLE, Nov 5 (AFP) — Four people sentenced to death last month for the murder of a Sudanese oil businessman will be executed in Chad on Thursday, the Chad Human Rights League told AFP.
"The families were informed that they were (...)
Tuesday 22 February 2005
KHARTOUM, Sudan, Feb 21, 2005 (AP) — Sheik Abdul-Rahim al-Buraei, a top Sufi Islamic cleric who wrote mystical poems and helped peace efforts in Sudan, has died at the age of 82, the government said. Abdul-Rahim al-Buraei
Al-Buraei, a (...)
Friday 16 January 2004
LONDON, Jan 16 (AFP) — A Sudanese man was charged with carrying illegal ammunition on a flight from Washington to London’s Heathrow airport, British police said.
"He’s been charged," a Scotland Yard spokeswoman told AFP, referring to (...)
Monday 6 June 2005
KHARTOUM, June 5, 2005 (Sudan Tribune) — The death toll from the Russian-built Antonov plane, which crashed on take-off from Khartoum airport last Thursday 2 June, has risen to seven people. A Russian-built Antonov passenger plane (...)
Wednesday 3 September 2003
NAIROBI, Sep 3, 2003 (IRIN) — Sudan, which has the highest prevalence of female genital mutilation (FGM) in the world, has made a commitment to ban the practice.
At the end of a regional three-day symposium held last week in Khartoum, (...)
Return of Dr. Machar to Juba and next political move2016-04-26 22:23:10
By James Okuk
After exhausting the immature dramatic politicking about return of Dr. Riek Machar to Juba to take up his duties as the First Vice President of the Republic of South Sudan for 30 (...)
Sudan: Silencing women rights defenders2016-03-31 20:22:15
Human Rights Watch Sudan: Silencing Women Rights Defenders Sexual Abuse, Intimidation by Security Forces
(Nairobi, March 24, 2016) – Sudanese security forces have used sexual violence, (...)