Sunday 6 May 2007
By Ali Askouri *
May 5, 2007 — While the world attention has been on Darfur for the last four years – though with little actions – the government of Sudan has been creating another Darfur. This time in the north, the part of the country (...)
Saturday 23 May 2009
May 22, 2009 (LONDON) – Sudanese police clashed today with farmers at the New Hamadab Resettlement projects after the settlers blocked the Khartoum - Dongla highway to protest against a water shortage.
Sudanese authorities had (...)
Thursday 31 July 2008
July 30, 2008 (KHARTOUM) — Villagers complained Tuesday that a massive Chinese-engineered hydropower dam under construction in Sudan had deliberately flooded seven small villages and left 200 families homeless.
Mohamed Said Ahmed, from (...)
Thursday 5 August 2010
August 4, 2010 (KHARTOUM) – The northern Sudanese church will suffer if the south secedes from the north after a referendum next year according to a prominent South African catholic organization.
The referendum due for the coming (...)
Tuesday 27 February 2007
Feb 26, 2007 (LONDON) — Representatives of the communities that will be flooded by Sudan’s Merowe Dam have requested that archaeologists excavating the reservoir area should leave immediately.
The request follows the failure of the (...)
Monday 3 May 2004
KHARTOUM, Sudan, May 2, 2004 (PANA) — Historians may have to revise their previous beliefs about the history of the Nile River valley and human history following the recent discovery of seven statues in Karma, northern Sudan, south of (...)
Wednesday 23 August 2006
Sudan Organisation Against Torture
Human Rights Alert: 23 August 2006
On 16 August 2006 at 02:30am, approximately twenty police officers arrested Naser Eldien Ahmed Altayeb, (26 yrs), journalist working for the Arabic daily, (...)
Sunday 30 December 2007
By Shai Oster
December 28, 2007 — Home to almost half of the world’s 45,000 biggest dams, China has embarked on a push to export its hydropower know-how to developing countries — even as it contends with environmental damage and social (...)
Monday 24 November 2014
November 23, 2014 (EL-DABBA) – Sudanese authorities and popular bodies have evacuated two thousands Ethiopian nationals from the locality of El-Dabba in the Northern state following discovery of several Hepatitis and AIDS cases among (...)
Wednesday 13 July 2011
By Toby Collins
July 12, 2011 (LONDON) – Both North and South Sudan have announced they will be introducing new currencies, now that they are separate states. South Sudan Pound (ST)
The president of South Sudan’s central bank, Elijah (...)
South Sudan and the nation building!2016-02-06 11:47:08
" Disagreement does't mean disapproval." Oprah Winfrey.
By Dhano Obongo
I have been delving in a debate within myself as to what could possibly be the proper way to expound a presentation to (...)
Africa: Strengthen steps to end child marriage2015-12-14 08:04:41
December 10, 2015
African governments should coordinate action to improve laws, education, health care, and public awareness to end the scourge of child marriage, Human Rights Watch said today (...)
Professor Akolda, it is too early for you to go2015-12-06 06:36:15
I learnt from social media of the untimely departure of Professor Akolda Maan Tier on the 30th Nov 2015, whom I knew and admired, as one of the great, committed sons of both Sudans, who dedicated (...)