Sudan

  • Forgotten or ignored: the conflict in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains

    Mohamed Adam stared at the burnt rubble in front of him, oblivious to the heat of the noonday sun as he surveyed all his hard work, his home and food storage preparations, destroyed in a matter of minutes. A melted cassette can be seen peeping out of the ash...
  • More than medals

    This year’s Olympics will be one of the most special ones yet.  As citizens around the world anticipate the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, and as their teams prepare for the various competitions taking place in August, a new team has just joined the game. In early...
  • Sudan Bombs Leading School in Nuba Mountains

    The Sudan government continues to target children in the ongoing conflict in the Nuba Mountains. On Wednesday afternoon, a government warplane bombed a leading primary school in Kauda, Sudan, wounding a Kenyan teacher. The Sudan Sukhoi jet dropped two parachute bombs into the compound of the St. Vincent Primary...
  • How They Silence Women

    Sudan is ruled by one of the most oppressive regimes in the world. As Words in the Bucket mentioned in a previous article, the country ranks 174 out of 180 in press freedom, and freedom of speech and opinion is not well accepted in the country. While male journalists,...
  • Delivering Truth in Sudan

    In a  recent article about Independent Journalism, Libyan Freelance Journalist Ayat Mneina said in a that she was driven by one idea: that the truth would speak for itself and she simply had to deliver the facts. When working in a risky environment, many journalists are driven by the...
  • Sudan, Rebel Forces Clash in Fighting Season’s Biggest Battles yet

    Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) are attempting to reach the rebel-held capital Kauda with multiple units moving west and north through South Kordofan State. As of March 30, fighting continued in Karkaria, Um Dorain County, one of the main routes westwards to Kauda, according to Nuba Reports journalists. Fighting is also...
  • A New Wave of Genocide in Darfur

    On January 2016, while the rest of the world was busy celebrating Christmas and the New Year, the Government of Sudan took advantage of the exterior distraction to continue the second phase of genocide at Jebel Marra Mountains, located in the center of Darfur. This is the only region...
  • The Hidden Genocide

    There is a genocide happening in Sudan, precisely in the Nuba Mountains, and the world is ignoring it. A few days ago, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof shared a video where he and his colleague Adam B Ellick documented the situation in the Nuba Mountains in Sudan, where he has been...
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    The risks of being wine makers in Sudan

    State government Police Commissioner in the five Darfur states in Sudan, had met with police officers for the third time during the month of May 2015.  The prime objective for these meetings was not to put a plan for responding to increased criminal activities perpetrated by the officially recruited gangs from...
  • Once Upon a Time, there was Chinese “non-interventionism” policy

      In South Sudan, China is abandoning its usual policy to protect its energetic (and economic) interests WHAT IS HAPPENING IN SOUTH SUDAN? South Sudan, officially known as the Republic of South Sudan, is the youngest state in the world. It was formally created on the 9th July 2011,...
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