Sudan

Sudan: UN says it confirmed 17 deaths in Darfur region violence

At least 15 others wounded and more than 100 houses burned in Deleij village earlier this week, according to the UN.

Sudan: UN says it confirmed 17 deaths in Darfur region violence

Sudan

Protesters suspend strike in exchange for concessions

Ethiopian envoy says protesters agree to suspend civil disobedience campaign in exchange for concessions from military.

Sudan crackdown: All the latest updates

Reporter's Notebook

Sudan sit-in may be gone but dream of democracy remains

Protest camp in Khartoum may be gone, but it will always be the place that brought together people who dared to think of a different Sudan.

Khartoum sit-in may be gone, but its dream of a democratic Sudan remains

Human Rights

Is Sudan's revolution dead?

Despite fierce crackdown, protesters say civil disobedience will persist until a civilian government is in place.

Is Sudan's revolution dead?

Africa

Sudan army, protesters to resume talks on transitional council

Ethiopian envoy says protest movement agrees to suspend disobedience campaign and TMC will free political prisoners.

Middle East

Sudan opposition members 'deported' on 2nd day of general strike

Deputy head of Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North rebel group says he and colleagues were forcibly sent to Juba.

Sudan opposition members 'deported' on 2nd day of general strike

The Listening Post

Sudan protests: How the country became a 'dark spot' for media

Sudan's security forces lead crackdown on social media and information after political transition turns violent.

Sudan

Sudan's military blames protesters for deadly crackdown

Remarks come as protesters continue civil disobedience campaign after security forces stormed protest camp on June 3.

Sudan's military blames protesters for deadly crackdown

Sudan

Sudan's civil disobedience leaves Khartoum deserted

Group of doctors linked with protesters says four people killed in capital Khartoum and neighbouring Omdurman city.

Middle East

Sudan protesters start 'civil disobedience' campaign

Sudanese Professionals Association says campaign will continue until military transfers power to civilian government.

Opinion

Why the Sudanese people stand 'alone'

In Sudan the interests of powerful states are trumping values of multilateralism.

Nanjala Nyabola

by Nanjala Nyabola

Nanjala Nyabola

Middle East

Sudan arrests opposition leaders after mediation effort

Protest leaders Mohamed Esmat and Ismail Jalab arrested shortly after meeting mediator, Ethiopia's PM Abiy Ahmed.

The Listening Post

Sudan: Crackdown on protests, clampdown on media

Sudan security forces rampage through protest sites and a media blackout is enforced. Plus, British poverty-porn media.

Inside Story

Will pressuring Sudan make a difference?

With more than 100 protesters killed, pressure grows on Sudan's military government to compromise with its opponents.

Sudan

Sudan opposition says it accepts Ethiopia PM as mediator

Main alliance of opposition groups and protesters says it is open to Abiy Ahmed as mediator under certain conditions.