Topic: University of Khartoum
Sudan's National Intelligence Security Service, blamed for the arrests and detention of some 2,000 protesters in the past month, are using torture, activists say.
Prompted by rising prices for food, housing, and fuel, student protests have spread to cities across the country. Will the government's harsh crackdown backfire and fuel the movement?
As voters cast their ballots in the first Sudan election in 24 years, a group of artists are campaigning against a growing secession movement. From Sudan's top painters to a homeless man, they offer images of unity.
04/13/2010 12:18 pm
From Nigeria to Indonesia, Sudanese law professor spreads ideas of a secular state and human rights.
04/02/2008 01:00 am