Hiba Morgan

Hiba Morgan

Middle East

South Sudan: Fighting continues despite peace deal

Some groups that did not sign the peace deal continue to fight against the government forces.

South Sudan: Fighting continues despite peace deal

Middle East

Concern grow over fate of protesters held in Sudan

Why concern is growing among families of protesters held in Sudan.

Concern grow over fate of protesters held in Sudan

Sudan

'Not afraid of the government': One month of protests in Sudan

The current wave of anti-government protests has become the longest since Sudan gained independence in 1956.

'Not afraid of the government': One month of protests in Sudan

Sudan

Sudan protests one month on: 'This time it's different'

Despite killings, tear gas, arrests and beatings, demonstrators step out and demand end to President Bashir's rule.

Sudan protests one month on: 'This time it's different'

Middle East

Sudan protests: Opposition groups divided over demands

Some say the government should step down now, while others prefer to wait for the election for transfer of power.

Sudan protests: Opposition groups divided over demands

Middle East

Sudan unrest: Omar al-Bashir refuses to step down

The protests in Sudan started over the state of its economy with people complaining of food shortages and high prices.

Sudan unrest: Omar al-Bashir refuses to step down

Middle East

Sudanese parliament approves 2019 budget amid protests

The ruling side says the new budget will reduce inflation, but many doubt it'll deliver on that promise.

Sudanese parliament approves 2019 budget amid protests

Middle East

Sudan protests, calls for president to step down

The protests have resulted in dozens killed and even more injured.

Sudan protests, calls for president to step down

Middle East

South Sudan refugees sceptical of new peace deal

Refugees from South Sudan's civil war want to return home, but say that they have seen peace deals fall apart before.

South Sudan refugees sceptical of new peace deal

Middle East

Sudan pharmacies running out of life-saving medications

Government bill for importing drugs is in the millions of dollars, money it doesn't have.

Sudan pharmacies running out of life-saving medications

Middle East

Restarting oil wells in South Sudan has uncertain health effects

South Sudan's government hopes to increase oil production to boost the economy, which means that leaking oil wells will be repaired, but locals worry they will see an increase in health problems.

Restarting oil wells in South Sudan has uncertain health effects

Business & Economy

South Sudan seeks to revive oil production

Every barrel produced is vital to Africa's youngest nation wracked by civil war, as oil provides nearly all of its GDP.

South Sudan seeks to revive oil production