Africa

'Our revolution won': Sudan's opposition lauds deal with military

Months of pro-democracy protests culminate in power-sharing agreement.

'Our revolution won': Sudan's opposition lauds deal with military

Middle East

Sudan protests: Death toll reaches 11 after anti-military rallies

Three bodies found in Omdurman city, pushing death toll up after crackdown on protesters marching for civilian rule.

Sudan

Several killed as Sudanese protesters return to streets

At least seven protesters killed as tens of thousands take part in mass demonstrations, dubbed the 'millions march'.

'Millions march': Sudanese renew protests to demand civilian rule

Sudan

Sudan's military council accepts AU-Ethiopia proposal

Draft proposal suggests few changes from previous Ethiopian plan endorsed by protesters but rejected by military.

Sudan's military council accepts AU-Ethiopia proposal

Africa

Sudan's military rejects Ethiopia's transition proposal

The military voices reservations over the plan for transition to civilian rule and instead seeks joint AU-Ethiopia plan.

Sudan's military rejects Ethiopia's transition proposal

Sudan

Bashir must give Darfur answers now: ICC prosecutor

Sudan's overthrown president is wanted by the ICC on charges of crimes against humanity and genocide.

ICC prosecutor: Omar al-Bashir must answer for Darfur abuses now

Sudan

Scepticism as Sudan moves to put Omar al-Bashir on trial

Ex-leader appears in public for the first time since being overthrown as prosecutor moves to begin his corruption trial.

Scepticism as Sudan moves to put Omar al-Bashir on trial

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?

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.

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.

Sudan

Sudan forces storm protest camp in Khartoum, 13 killed

At least 13 people killed in Sudan, where security forces fired live ammunition to break up weeks-long sit-in.

Africa

What's happening in Sudan: Six things you should know

Sudanese protesters seek civilian rule as Transitional Military Council retains power after Omar al-Bashir's removal.

What's happening in Sudan: Six things to know about the unrest

Inside Story

Is Sudan's military prepared to give up power?

More protests in Khartoum calling for dialogue on Sudan's political transition.

Omar al-Bashir

Defiant demonstrators vow to continue Khartoum sit-in

Protesters remain camped outside army headquarters as UN chief calls for resumption of talks on power transfer.

 Sudan: Defiant demonstrators vow to continue Khartoum sit-in

Opinion

Why Sudan needs a slow transition

Rushing the country into an early election would be a major mistake.

Kholood Khair

by Kholood Khair

Kholood Khair