Mohammed Vall

Mohammed Vall

Middle East

Sudan's women expose 'injustice' on Facebook

They're unmasking violent behaviour of Sudan's security forces on the women-only Facebook group 'Minbar Chat'.

Sudan's women expose 'injustice' on Facebook

Sudan

Sudan sees first admission of fatal torture of protester

The victim schoolteacher was detained during demonstrations against the government and his death has caused widespread anger and condemnation.

Sudan sees first admission of fatal torture of protester

Sudan

Sudan's university professors leave country to flee poverty

Fed up with neglect and oppression, over 50 percent of Sudan's professors go abroad in search of better opportunities.

Sudan's university professors leave country to flee poverty

Middle East

Port Sudan workers' union angry with takeover deal

Port Sudan Container Terminal's angry workers were surprised by a sudden takeover of the port by a Philippine company.

Port Sudan workers' union angry with takeover deal

Middle East

How bread has emerged as the main symbol of Sudan unrest

More protests are planned against President Omar al-Bashir's 30-year rule after many killed in brutal crackdown.

How bread has emerged as the main symbol of Sudan unrest

Middle East

Sudan: 'Shadow army' in deadly crackdown on protests

Government blamed for using armed men in civilian clothes to shoot demonstrators and doctors who were trying to help treat them.

Sudan: 'Shadow army' in deadly crackdown on protests

Middle East

Sudan: Mourners attending protester's death clash with police

Activists say at least 50 people have died since demonstrations began last month.

Sudan: Mourners attending protester's death clash with police

Africa

UN mission in Mali tries to bring aid despite al-Qaeda attacks

MINUSMA is intended to keep the peace but is stepping in to fill the gap left by other aid organisations while being increasingly targeted by al-Qaeda.

UN mission in Mali tries to bring aid despite al-Qaeda attacks

Middle East

Tourists back in Tunisia after 2015 attacks

Tunisia Tourists are hitting the beaches and bazaars after the 2015 hotel attacks scared visitors away

Tourists back in Tunisia after 2015 attacks

Africa

Race for the presidency is on in Cameroon

President Paul Biya, who has been in power since 1982, is seeking re-election despite protests.

Race for the presidency is on in Cameroon

Middle East

Saudi Arabia accused by its neighbours of politicising Hajj

Riyadh has been accused of using the annual pilgrimage to Mecca as a tool of pressure in its foreign politics.

Saudi Arabia accused by its neighbours of politicising Hajj

Africa

Mali: Candidates claim election rigging

Opposition candidates in Mali say the vote was rigged and that they will not accept results from stations they suspect of being meddled with.

Mali: Candidates claim election rigging