Hiba Morgan

Hiba Morgan

Middle East

South Sudan flooding worsens humanitarian crisis

The World Food Programme is warning that the number of people in need of aid in South Sudan will increase this year.

South Sudan flooding worsens humanitarian crisis

Asia Pacific

Mixed results in testing HIV drugs against coronavirus

Doctors in Thailand are testing medication normally used to treat HIV against the new coronavirus.

Mixed results in testing HIV drugs against coronavirus

Africa

UAE accused of forcing Sudanese to fight in war

Security company in United Arab Emirates accused of deception after giving jobs to young Sudanese men who say they were then sent to fight in wars.

UAE accused of forcing Sudanese to fight in war

Middle East

Sudan economic policy fails to rein in food prices

Protests over the economy eventually led to the fall of Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir. But the pound continues to fall – and prices continue to rise.

Sudan economic policy fails to rein in food prices

Middle East

Sudanese in rebel-held Kauda hope for peace after Hamdok's visit

PM Abdalla Hamdok makes first visit by a government official to conflict-ridden South Kordofan state in nearly a decade.

Sudanese in rebel-held Kauda hope for peace after Hamdok's visit

Middle East

Sudan recognises Christmas as an official holiday

Christmas in Sudan has been recognised as an official holiday for the first time since 2011.

Sudan recognises Christmas as an official holiday

Africa

Aid reaches rebel-held area of Sudan for first time in years

Welcome arrival of food and other essentials coincides with talks to end years of fighting.

Aid reaches rebel-held area of Sudan for first time in years

Sudan

100 days of Sudan's transitional government: Now what?

Sudan remains divided between praise for interim government and criticism for slow progress on some issues.

100 days of Sudan's transitional government: Now what?

Middle East

Sudan's transitional government completes 100 days in office

It has been 100 days since Sudan's transitional government was sworn in after months of political turmoil that led to the removal of President Omar al-Bashir.

Sudan's transitional government completes 100 days in office

Middle East

Sudan's al-Bashir convicted, sent to 'reform facility'

Sudan's former President Omar al-Bashir is sentenced to two years in detention, but he plans to appeal.

Sudan's al-Bashir convicted, sent to 'reform facility'

Middle East

Resistance committees keep watch on Sudan's fledgling government

Local groups provide services, ensure transitional government delivers on reform pledges.

Resistance committees keep watch on Sudan's fledgling government

Middle East

Sudan tribal fighting: At least six killed in violence

Ethnic violence broke out between the Beni Amer and the Hadendawa tribes in Sudan’s Red Sea state last week.

Sudan tribal fighting: At least six killed in violence