Hiba Morgan

Hiba Morgan

Sudan

Sudan's RSF unit accused of abuses against migrants

Rapid Support Forces was once part of the border intelligence militia, known as Janjaweed, fighting in Darfur.

Sudan's RSF unit accused of abuses against migrants

Middle East

Sudan's government urged to act quickly to save economy

The Sudanese government is being urged to take immediate action to take advantage of opportunities for the country's crippled economy. Last month, the US lifted most of its economic sanctions on Sudan, which had been in place for two decades.

Sudan's government urged to act quickly to save economy

Salva Kiir

South Sudan's Kiir in Khartoum to discuss borders

President Salva Kiir's visit to Sudan is aimed at resolving border disputes, oil revenues, and security issues.

South Sudan's Kiir in Khartoum to discuss borders

Business & Economy

Oil-rich South Sudan faces fuel shortage crisis

With no functioning power grid, fuel from the black market is the only option - but at a cost that many in the country with the third largest oil reserves in Africa cannot afford.

Oil-rich South Sudan faces fuel shortage crisis

Middle East

Flash floods destroy thousands of homes in Sudan

Rain and flash floods have destroyed thousands of homes in Sudan in the past few weeks. While some areas are still struggling to cope with the water levels, people in other regions are trying to rebuild their lives.

Flash floods destroy thousands of homes in Sudan

Africa

Sudan and South Sudan reach trade deal increasing oil production

The governments of Sudan and South Sudan have signed an agreement to allow border trade between the two countries.

Sudan and South Sudan reach trade deal increasing oil production

Africa

South Sudan: 'Attacks on civilians' reported as crisis grows

South Sudan's refugee crisis is the fastest-growing in the world and humanitarian organisations are warning it is worsening because more people are fleeing conflict.

South Sudan: 'Attacks on civilians' reported as crisis grows

Africa

South Sudan's orphans seek solace in martial arts

Some of South Sudan's orphans have turned to sport to foster a little positivity in their lives.

South Sudan's orphans seek solace in martial arts

Middle East

Women used as bargaining chips in South Sudan customary courts

A strike by judges in South Sudan means more people are turning to customary courts to settle legal issues.

Women used as bargaining chips in South Sudan customary courts

Middle East

South Sudan: Deep impact of war on children's mental health

A four-year civil war has taken a heavy toll on South Sudan's population, with more than a million children forced from their homes. And the trauma of conflict is having a devastating psychological impact on the country's youngest citizens.

South Sudan: Deep impact of war on children's mental health

Middle East

Fears over UN's Darfur peacekeeping cuts

The United Nations' largest peacekeeping operation is facing major cuts ten years after it was created.

Fears over UN's Darfur peacekeeping cuts

Africa

Niger’s water crisis hits farmers

In the country’s most fertile region called Agadez, severe water shortages are causing farmers to struggle. And inadequate irrigation systems are helping to push food prices higher.

Niger’s water crisis hits farmers