The International Criminal Court issued an arrest warrant Wednesday for President Omar al-Bashir on charges of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Aid agencies warn of a humanitarian disaster as Omar al-Bashir calls the arrest warrant a "conspiracy."
More than 50,000 people have fled government and rebel attacks in Darfur in recent weeks. The International Criminal Court could issue an arrest warrant for President Bashir on Wednesday.
The International Criminal Court said Monday that it will decide on March 4 whether to issue an arrest warrant for President Omar al-Bashir for charges of crimes against humanity and genocide.
The expulsion brings new attention to the government's uneasy relationship with the news media.
The World Court could soon issue an arrest warrant for President Bashir on charges of genocide.
Southern Sudan, Uganda, and Congo launched operation Lightning Thunder this week to flush the Lord's Resistance Army out of its base in northern Congo.
Uganda, Congo, and south Sudan attacked the Lord's Resistance Army camp in northern Congo on Sunday.
Egypt hosted Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Sudan, Yemen, and the Transitional Federal Government of Somalia on Thursday in a bid to protect valuable maritime trade routes from pirates.
Previous cease-fire attempts have failed to prevent violence. Many say the Sudanese president is trying to prevent a war-crimes indictment.
In the south, the parliament voted to double its budget to cover military spending, and the north spent 20 percent of its budget on the military.
At least three Chinese oil workers were killed by Darfur rebels Monday, according to the Sudanese government.
President Omar al-Bashir says international interference will hamper peace. Darfuris ask: 'What peace?'
Dozens died in the Kalma refugee settlement Monday when government forces attacked, claiming to search for smuggled weapons.
In Sudan's Arab north, Arabs marry, go to school, and work side by side with Africans from Darfur. The divide portrayed in the West means little to people here.
Critics say The International Criminal Court's move Monday to indict Sudan's president for war crimes may hamper peace.
Sudan called for an emergency meeting of Arab foreign ministers Sunday as word spread that the International Criminal Court may indict President Omar al-Bashir for war crimes.
The pending charges by the international court have put the UN on edge, as it fears reprecussions against its peacekeepers in Darfur.
The JEM rebel group – which Sudan accuses of being backed by Chad – reached the outskirts of Sudan's capital, Khartoum, for the first time this weekend, raising concerns about a proxy war.
Arab and Darfuri teammates want the event to showcase their talent, not their country's problems.
The secretary-general says the situation in Sudan's violence-torn province 'remains grim.'
The oil-rich region of Abyei could become the next flash point between Arab and African Sudanese.
Keen not to taint Olympics, and under pressure from West, Beijing sends envoy to Khartoum with strong words.