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Talks in Ethiopia have stalled amid concerns that regional powers are pushing their interests over peacemaking in Africa's newest country.
Last week in the midst of a violent suppression of protest, Sudan's interior minister was in New York discussing peace and humanity. It was appalling.
Nigeria gives Sudan's president an honor guard and red carpet treatment, even though he is wanted by the International Criminal Court for war crimes.
President Omar al-Bashir is charged with mass deaths, but he may not last forever. Are Barack Obama and John Kerry starting to count on that?
Iraq is less violent than it was and the press frequently wonders if the country could descend into war again. What if the war never ended?
Gold has taken on new importance in Sudan since its oil-rich southern region became an independent country in 2011.
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.
On Friday Sudanese President Omar Al Bashir visited South Sudan for the first time since the two countries split in 2011. Experts say it's a sign that relations between the Sudans are finally stabilizing.
Sudan’s president Omar Al Bashir is wanted for genocide and war crimes by the International Criminal Court, but as he steps down in 2015 he would like to have a different image.
Fleeing atrocities at home, 70,000 Sudanese now live in South Sudan's sprawling Yida refugee camp.
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