Sudan’s Bashir Transferred to High-Security Prison

Former Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir has been taken to a prison in the capital, five days after the military removed him from power and put him under house arrest.

Relatives of the ousted president say Bashir, 75, was moved to …

2 Bashir Brothers Arrested, Sudan’s Military Rulers Say

Sudan’s military rulers said Wednesday that two brothers of ousted President Omar al-Bashir have been arrested as part of a continuing campaign of arrests

against “symbols of the previous regime.”

A spokesman for the Transitional Military Council also said that …

Sudan’s Bashir Transferred to High-Security Prison

Former Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir has been taken to a prison in the capital, five days after the military removed him from power and put him under house arrest.

Relatives of the ousted president say Bashir, 75, was moved to …

U.S. Citizens Were ‘Disseminating Religion’ in Laos Without Approval-Police

Three U.S. citizens held in Laos since last week for disseminating religion without government approval had their passports seized and are being kept in a guesthouse in the provincial capital of Luang Namtha, RFA’s Lao Service learned from a local …

U.S. Citizens Were ‘Disseminating Religion’ in Laos Without Approval-Police

Three U.S. citizens held in Laos since last week for disseminating religion without government approval had their passports seized and are being kept in a guesthouse in the provincial capital of Luang Namtha, RFA’s Lao Service learned from a local …

New Permanent Observer for Gulf Cooperation Council Presents Letter of Appointment

(Based on material provided by the Protocol and Liaison Service)

Mohammed Alnowaiser, the new Permanent Observer for the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf to the United Nations, presented his letter of appointment to UN Secretary-General Antonio …

Al-Bashir Opponents Now Denounce Military Government

After 30 years in power, Omar al-Bashir is no longer president of Sudan. But on Friday, a day after he was ousted, tens of thousands of people remained in the streets of the capital and other cities, denouncing the army’s …