Hiba Morgan

Hiba Morgan

Middle East

Sudan faces disease threats after floods displace hundreds

There are concerns they will now be exposed to water-borne diseases like malaria and cholera.

Sudan faces disease threats after floods displace hundreds

Middle East

Sudan's transition: New civilian governors, new challenges

Sudan's government has sworn in civilian governors, some of whom are women, but they have a long, tough road ahead.

Sudan's transition: New civilian governors, new challenges

Middle East

Water shortage fears: Sudan's fishermen concerned over dam

The lake is also facing another threat of climate change.

Water shortage fears: Sudan's fishermen concerned over dam

Africa

Sudan: Growing protests against insecurity in central Darfur

Villagers in Darfur are demanding Sudan's government does more to protect them from militia attacks.

Sudan: Growing protests against insecurity in central Darfur

Middle East

Sudan: One year since crackdown government yet to deliver justice

Al Jazeera speaks to a Sudanese father whose son was killed a year ago in a crackdown on a pro-democracy sit-in.

Sudan: One year since crackdown government yet to deliver justice

Middle East

Sudan gold, fuel smuggling costs hundreds of millions annually

A new report by a financial watchdog has revealed the extent of mismanagement in those sectors and its impact on the economy.

Sudan gold, fuel smuggling costs hundreds of millions annually

Middle East

Sudanese struggle with inflation, lockdown during Ramadan

With the country facing an economic crisis, stocking up for the month has been hard for many - especially for families who rely on day-to-day income.

Sudanese struggle with inflation, lockdown during Ramadan

Middle East

COVID-19 worsens South Sudan hunger crisis

More than five million people in South Sudan rely on food aid to survive - and the coronavirus pandemic is making their lives even harder.

COVID-19 worsens South Sudan hunger crisis

Middle East

COVID-19: Sudan struggles with denial and misinformation

Sudan's government is fighting to contain the spread of the coronavirus after at least 14 people tested positive and two others died.

COVID-19: Sudan struggles with denial and misinformation

Coronavirus pandemic

Coronavirus in Sudan: Food and medical supplies in short supply

The government is preparing isolation centres near the border with Egypt where more than 100 cases have been reported.

Coronavirus in Sudan: Food and medical supplies in short supply

Sudan

Sudan: Frustration grows over fuel, bread shortages

The shortages sparked last year's revolution which ended President Omar al-Bashir's 30-year rule.

Sudan: Frustration grows over fuel, bread shortages

News

South Sudan struggles to unite armed forces under peace deal

Warring sides partially formed a transitional government last Saturday, but a crucial part of the 2018 peace deal is yet to be completed.

South Sudan struggles to unite armed forces under peace deal