Economics major shot Tuesday at the University of Khartoum during protests against Darfur and the Bashir regime brings huge crowd of mourners. Is something stirring in Sudan?
Guest blogger Laura Jones of the Enough Project questions whether the UN visit to Darfur, which was followed by the government's arrest of those the UN met with, hurt more than it helped.
Darfur conflict flares after a Darfur rebel group said it was attacked by government troops Wednesday, just as Sudan President Hassan Al Bashir declared the war in Darfur over.
Three Western aid workers were released Saturday. The government denies involvement but some analysts see a broader strategy at work.
International aid groups fear the Sudanese government will respond by putting up more obstacles to their relief work.
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.
President Omar al-Bashir says international interference will hamper peace. Darfuris ask: 'What peace?'
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.