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  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 04/20

    Canadian Treasury Board President Stockwell Day is seen in a viewfinder as he speaks to journalists in the foyer of the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday.

  • Sudan election problems: few enough to be legitimate?

    Sudan election problems: few enough to be legitimate?

    As voting ended today in Sudan's election, voters in the south complained about being unable to find their names on the voter rolls. Jimmy Carter says the election is a major stepping stone in the peace process.

  • In Pictures Sudan elections

    A child picks up flags left behind after candidate Salva Kiir hosted an election rally in Juba, Sudan, on April 9. The people of Southern Sudan cast ballots in a national election for the first time in more than two decades on April 11. Sudan's elections commission on April 12 announced a two-day extension to the voting after many voters experienced delays.

  • Sudan election: Is Khartoum stealing South Sudan's oil?

    Sudan election: Is Khartoum stealing South Sudan's oil?

    As people vote in the Sudan election, a recent report says that $700 million – perhaps much more – may have been underpaid to South Sudan since a 2005 peace agreement mandated the sharing of oil revenues with Khartoum in the North.

  • Sudan election: Voters savor a tiny taste of democracy

    Sudan election: Voters savor a tiny taste of democracy

    Day 1 of the complicated three-day election in Sudan ended without violence. Despite a widespread boycott by opposition parties and allegations of fraud, many voters seemed happy just to cast their ballots.

  • Bashir: The only choice left in Sudan elections

    Bashir: The only choice left in Sudan elections

    In the Sudan elections that should have offered a choice between unity or southern secession, political Islam or secular governance, only President Omar Al-Bashir's party is running. Twelve parties are boycotting the vote.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 04/05

    On Monday, a man walks on cracked mud caused by underground water that leaked to the surface during Sunday's 7.2-magnitude earthquake in Mexicali, Mexico.

  • Opinion Relative quiet in Darfur: a window for progress in Sudan and eastern Chad

    In order for Sudan to avoid a backslide into war, outside humanitarian aid work needs to cede the floor to local-led projects.

  • Sudan President Bashir threatens to expel foreign election observers

    Sudan President Bashir threatens to expel foreign election observers

    Ahead of April 11 parliamentary and president elections, Sudan President Omar al-Bashir told supporters that if foreign election observers 'interfere in our affairs, we will cut their fingers off, put them under our shoes, and throw them out.'

  • Islamic countries pledge $850 million to develop Darfur

    Islamic countries pledge $850 million to develop Darfur

    The $850 million pledge for development projects in Sudan's troubled Darfur region comes out of a one-day donor conference of Islamic countries in Cairo Sunday, just one month after a significant Darfur peace agreement.