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The previous Sudanese civil war and US humanitarian efforts gave world attention to the 'Lost Boys.' But scant attention is paid to 'Lost Girls.' As South Sudan plunges back into conflict, the risks that girls face are mounting.
The Sudanese mother of two sentenced to death for marrying a Christian landed in Italy en route to the US after earning a reprieve and release.
Ten years ago the UN Security Council mandated the dreaded Janjaweed militia be disarmed. They never really were.
A court had ruled that Meriam Ibrahim, whose husband lives in New Hampshire, betrayed her faith by marrying a Christian. An appeal court has now overturned its punishment.
Sudan is again witnessing serious violence including in Darfur, and South Sudan's civil war has put it on the brink of collapse.
Daniel Wani of New Hampshire says Islamic court ruling condemning his wife, who says she is Christian, to lashes and death is 'not legal.'
The government has repeatedly accused the UN of harboring rebels in its camps. Many are worried the attack marks a new and dangerous phase in the civil war.
From Bashir's Sudan to the civil strife in South Sudan to the streets of Congo: A few choice bits of recent news that fell under the radar.
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?
New report details ongoing and unremarked conflict in Blue Nile, South Kordofan, and Darfur.
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