Sudan's Revolution Is Being Burned to the Ground by the Military
The sit-in site — the nerve center of the revolution, which had grown into a sprawling commune of art, music, and hope — is now a ghostly pile of ash and rubble patrolled by heavily armed troops.
Sudanese Security Forces Have Been Raping and Burning Women Alive in Darfur
A new report draws on interviews with 212 victims and witnesses to outline crimes allegedly committed by Sudan's Rapid Support Forces, which were established in 2013 to fight rebels in Darfur.
Sudan's President Dodges Potential War Crimes Arrest By Hopping on Private Jet
Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir defied a judge's order forbidding him from leaving South Africa after the ICC asked officials there to arrest him.
Sudan’s President Could be Arrested for War Crimes After Court Blocks Him From Leaving South Africa
A South African judge barred Omar al-Bashir from leaving the country due to arrest warrants from the International Criminal Court over alleged war crimes in Darfur.