Middle East

Thousands remain in need of humanitarian aid in Sudan's Darfur

Fighting has lessened after more than 15 years of conflict in the region, but more than one million remain displaced.

Africa

UN to vote on curbing peacekeeping troops in Sudan's Darfur

Thousands of UNAMID 'Blue Helmets' may be asked to leave due to budget cuts, whether or not the conflict in the region has been resolved.

Opinion

Sudan's renegade sheikh

Militia commander Musa Hilal is stirring trouble in Sudan.

Ahmed H Adam

by Ahmed H Adam

Ahmed H Adam

Middle East

Sudan clashes kill up to 10 in Darfur: tribal chiefs

Clashes between two Arab tribes come as the UN and African Union prepare to downsize their peacekeeping mission.

Sudan clashes kill up to 10 in Darfur: tribal chiefs

Sudan

Sudanese force accused of torturing journalists

Amnesty says British filmmaker and translator were tortured after investigating alleged chemical attack in Darfur.

Sudanese force accused of torturing journalists

Darfur

Sudan's Omar al-Bashir pardons 259 rebels

Move comes after insurgents released 125 soldiers who fought in Darfur conflict that killed 300,000 people since 2003.

Sudan's Omar al-Bashir pardons 259 rebels

Darfur

Sudan: Blame traded over civilian deaths in Darfur

Rebels blame government forces for killings of civilians at a camp for displaced people.

Sudan: Blame traded over civilian deaths in Darfur

Africa

Three UN workers abducted in Sudan's Darfur

Two Nepalese and one Sudanese UN staff taken to an unknown location by unidentified gunmen.

Sudan: Three UN workers abducted in Darfur

Talk to Al Jazeera

Sudan's FM: 'ICC is a court built to indict Africans'

Ibrahim Ghandour discusses Darfur, the allegations of ongoing government violence and Bashir's indictment by the ICC.

Human Rights

Sudan accused of chemical weapons attacks in Darfur

Sudanese officials deny Amnesty report alleging suspected use of chemical weapons by Sudan's government forces.

Middle East

Jordan's Sudanese Refugees: 'We are tired'

As the UN prepares to host the first summit on refugees and migrants, Sudanese refugees say they have been long ignored.

Jordan's Sudanese Refugees: 'We are tired'

Africa

Sudan declares ceasefire in two southern states

The truce announced in Khartoum is intended to give rebels a chance to surrender their arms and join peace process.

Bashir declares ceasefire in Blue Nile, South Kordofan

Middle East

Darfur 2016 referendum

The Darfur 2016 referendum might be an important moment in the history of the region. This is what it's about.

Darfur 2016 referendum

Middle East

Darfur referendum held amid fears of voter apathy

Darfur voters are divided on whether or not the referendum is a priority concern.

Darfur referendum held amid fears of voter apathy

Inside Story

Will the Darfur referendum be credible?

Concerns over Monday's referendum in the Darfur region are throwing the peace process there in doubt.