Jan 21, 2014
Sudan: Queues in Khartoum for Bread, Cooking Gas and Petrol - Price Hikes in South Darfur
Khartoum / Nyala - For the fourth day in a row the bread and cooking gas crisis is continuing in the Sudanese capital of Khartoum, in addition to petrol and diesel.
Islamic Sudan Revokes Citizenship of Christian, Jails Him for Failing to Leave Country
JUBA, South Sudan , December 9, 2013 - A Christian has been jailed in Khartoum, Sudan for declining to leave the country after authorities revoked his Sudanese citizenship, sources said.
Sudan Accused of Helping Muslim Businessman Seize Property from Church
JUBA, South Sudan , Oct. 30, 2013 - After months of bulldozing or taking over church buildings on the pretext that they belong to South Sudanese who are no longer citizens of the country, authorities are aiding a Muslim businessman's effort to take over church property in Khartoum North, sources said.
US News & World Report
Will the Next Arab Spring Uprising Be in Sudan?
For a few chaotic days, both supporters and opponents of the Bashir government feared or applauded what they thought might be the arrival of the so-called Arab Spring in Sudan.
Sudan: Mass Arrests, Newspaper Confiscations Continue in Sudan
Khartoum / Atbara - During the demonstrations on "Angry Friday", security forces reportedly arrested a number of activists and protesters in Greater Khartoum and other Sudanese cities.