Sudan Says it Will Free Reporters Detained During Protests

Sudan says it will release all the journalists it detained for covering protests in recent weeks calling for the resignation of President Omar al-Bashir.

State media say the reporters will be released Saturday. Activists, speaking on condition of anonymity for …

Sudan Says it Will Free Reporters Detained During Protests

Sudan says it will release all the journalists it detained for covering protests in recent weeks calling for the resignation of President Omar al-Bashir.

State media say the reporters will be released Saturday. Activists, speaking on condition of anonymity for …

Chadian army announces the capture of 250 terrorists infiltrated from Libya

The Chadian military on Saturday said it had captured more than 250 rebels, including some top leaders, after an operation against an convoy of militants trying to cross into the country from Libya in late January that also involved French …

African Leaders Address Refugee Problems

As the number of displaced persons in Africa reaches 17 million, leaders on the continent and representatives of international organizations are attending a refugee summit in Ethiopia.

Khabele Maltosa, head of the African Union Commission on Political Affairs, says Africa …

Villagers Describe Horror in South Sudan’s Yei River State

An unknown number of villagers were killed and hundreds of others displaced during fighting in South Sudan’s Yei River State this week.

In this latest round of fighting, government forces teamed up with SPLA-IO (Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-in-Opposition) forces to …

S. Sudan’s Kiir Blames Outsiders for Peace Deal Inaction

South Sudan President Salva Kiir said Thursday that implementation of the revitalized peace agreement still faced many challenges, largely because of the international community’s wait-and-see stance on its implementation.

Kiir told hundreds of ruling SPLM party cadres in Juba that …

S. Sudan’s Kiir Blames Outsiders for Peace Deal Inaction

South Sudan President Salva Kiir said Thursday that implementation of the revitalized peace agreement still faced many challenges, largely because of the international community’s wait-and-see stance on its implementation.

Kiir told hundreds of ruling SPLM party cadres in Juba that …