Sudan's army chief was headed to Turkey Wednesday on his fifth foreign visit since late August as he vies for legitimacy in a devastating power struggle with his former deputy. General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, who has been de facto head of state since he led a 2021 coup, will hold talks with Turkish President Recep…
The United States slapped sanctions on top officials of Sudan's Rapid Support Forces on Wednesday for a range of alleged murders and rights abuses, including the killing of the governor of West Darfur.
Five civilians were killed by bombs that "fell on their homes" in Khartoum, a Sudanese medical source told AFP, a day after an air strike in the city's south killed at least 20 civilians.
Sudan's army chief travelled Tuesday to Egypt on his first trip abroad since the outbreak of war in April, with the latest violence killing dozens of civilians in battle-scarred Darfur.
Egypt announced on Sunday that negotiations had resumed over Ethiopia's controversial mega-dam, after agreeing last month to reach a deal following years of tensions between the two countries.
War and hunger threaten to "consume" Sudan, where hundreds of thousands of malnourished children are at risk of dying, as fighting between rival generals rages on, the United Nations warned Friday.
Sudan's army chief, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, was seen outside his headquarters Thursday for the first time since fighting with paramilitaries erupted more than four months ago, army videos showed.
Fighting between two rival generals has spread to two cities in war-ravaged Sudan, witnesses said Friday, raising concerns for hundreds of thousands who have fled violence in the Darfur region.
At least 16 civilians have been killed by rocket fire that hit their houses in war-torn Sudan's western Darfur region, a local lawyers' union said Saturday. The vast region, already ravaged by brutal conflict in the early 2000s, has seen some of the worst of the violence since fighting erupted in mid-April between Sudan's rival…
Mahana Abdelrahman used to criss-cross Sudan in his truck, delivering shipments across the vast country, but three months of brutal war have drastically reduced road transportation, grinding business to a halt.
More than 3 million people have now fled their homes in Sudan due to the nearly three-month-old conflict between rival armed forces, the United Nations said Wednesday.
The window of opportunity to avert a humanitarian catastrophe in Eastern Chad, which is on the fringes of Sudan, is rapidly closing, the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has said.