Health

Sudanese miners risk health for gold

Miners in rural Sudan use mercury and cyanide to separate gold, which leads to health issues.

Sudan

Austerity measures fuel discontent in Sudan

What impact will recent economic policies have on the country's citizens?

Inside Story

Will civil disobedience work in Sudan?

People in Sudan are protesting against unprecedented price hikes and fuel subsidy cuts.

Human Rights

Sudan police fire tear gas on protest over price hikes

Subsidy cuts have led to sharp rise in prices of food and medicine, leading opposition parties to call for a strike.

Africa

Three UN workers abducted in Sudan's Darfur

Two Nepalese and one Sudanese UN staff taken to an unknown location by unidentified gunmen.

Africa

Strike over fuel subsidies quietens Khartoum streets

Sudanese opposition calls for nationwide strike against fuel subsidy cuts prompt mixed response in the capital.

Sudan

Sudan's price hike 'a huge disaster' for the poor

Sudanese respond to a civil disobedience call against new austerity measures.

Talk to Al Jazeera

Sudan's FM: 'ICC is a court built to indict Africans'

Ibrahim Ghandour discusses Darfur, the allegations of ongoing government violence and Bashir's indictment by the ICC.

South Sudan

South Sudan spends budget on fighting as people starve

Roughly 60 percent of the world's newest country faces hunger at levels described as "crisis" or "emergency" by UN.

Human Rights

Sudan accused of chemical weapons attacks in Darfur

Sudanese officials deny Amnesty report alleging suspected use of chemical weapons by Sudan's government forces.

Politics

The UN has failed its peacekeepers in S Sudan

The Security Council needs to stop simply uttering condemnations and take decisive action by imposing the arms embargo.

by Matt Wells

Human Rights

South Kordofan: The forgotten prisoners

We meet the prisoners of a forgotten war, abandoned by their own government in Khartoum.

Middle East

Sudan floods: 'We have to start from scratch'

Popular initiatives aim to help Sudanese affected by the floods to rebuild their lives.

People & Power

The War the World Forgot

People and Power investigates the forgotten war taking place on the borders between North and South Sudan.

Middle East

Sudan: 'Cinema will rise again'

Several grassroots efforts are aiming to reverse decades of decline in the country's cinema scene.