Sudan's Months-Long Political Crisis Might be About to End

Military and civilian leaders announced a power sharing agreement after months of protests and violent crackdowns.


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.


This Warlord Could Determine the Future of Sudan

“If he doesn't get what he wants, for him and others around him, he can use violence in both Khartoum and Darfur.”


Sudan’s peaceful revolution faces military violence: "They're shooting people all over"

“I don’t think many people realize how combustible the situation is,” said researcher Rashid Abdi.


Inside the Massive Sit-In Fueling Sudan’s Revolution

“Here, I feel like I can say anything I want.”


Alsarah Wrote a Song for the Sudanese Uprising

The Sudan-born Alsarah and the Nubatones singer has done the only thing an artist an ocean away from her people and their struggles can do.


Sudan’s citizens vow to keep protesting after military hijacks their movement

“It’s not what people lost their freedom for and definitely not what people died and gave their lives for.”


Sudanese military will not extradite ousted president despite genocide charges

The new leaders also said they didn't intend to remain in power.


Key rebel leader in South Sudan’s civil war rejects peace deal, won't lay down arms

“We’re not going to stop. If Juba thinks that without bullets we’re not going to be able to protect ourselves and our people they’re wrong,” rebel leader Thomas Cirillo told VICE News. ​


The World’s Last Male Northern White Rhino Has Died

We take a sobering look at the recent death of the very last male Northern white rhino in the world on 'The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast.'


These Activists Are Helping Unaccompanied Child Refugees Find Safe Sanctuary

90,000 unaccompanied refugee minors to have arrived in Europe since 2015. Most have nowhere to go, but some are finding help.