Topic: Sudan Liberation Movement
Nadia Taha is a producer at Sudan Radio Service in Kenya. She spoke with the Enough Project's Laura Heaton about the dangers and rewards of reporting on the humanitarian crisis in her home country.
At this time last year, South Sudan was preparing to become Africa's newest nation. Now the dispute between South Sudan and Sudan may turn both into the latest failed states.
Guest blogger Laura Jones from the Enough Project writes that the Doha peace process in Darfur is more a fig leaf for the Sudanese government than genuine progress.
07/19/2011 03:46 pm
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.
03/22/2010 01:16 pm
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.
02/25/2010 08:45 am
Nearly two months after 13 major international aid agencies were expelled from Sudan, concerns rise that rebel groups are uniting in preparation for fresh attacks.
04/20/2009 01:00 am
A Dutch journalist and photographer traveled with rebel forces in Darfur in February. They were pinned down by government forces for weeks, before escaping across the border into Chad.
03/24/2009 01:00 am
Three Western aid workers were released Saturday. The government denies involvement but some analysts see a broader strategy at work.
03/16/2009 01:00 am
Khartoum has agreed to swap prisoners and talk with Darfur insurgents.
02/18/2009 12:00 am
President Omar al-Bashir says international interference will hamper peace. Darfuris ask: 'What peace?'
10/09/2008 01:00 am