Sudanese Military Invites Protesters to Talks Amid Tensions

Sudan’s ruling military council has proposed a meeting with the organizers of the protests that toppled President Omar al-Bashir after they suspended talks with the generals over the weekend.

The council says it is willing to discuss proposals from the …

Sudanese Protesters Vow to Remain on Streets Despite Military Warning

Protest leaders in Sudan say they will continue demonstrating in Khartoum, ignoring demands by the country’s military rulers for protesters to remove themselves and their blockades from roads.

The Sudanese Professional Association, which is leading the protests, said Monday the …

African Asylum-Seekers Could Bear Brunt of Proposed Travel Curbs

As the White House mulls new travel restrictions on countries with high visa overstay rates, activists say African asylum-seekers may feel the consequences.

The Wall Street Journal reported recently that the Trump administration was weighing rules aimed at nationals of …

African Asylum-Seekers Could Bear Brunt of Proposed Travel Curbs

As the White House mulls new travel restrictions on countries with high visa overstay rates, activists say African asylum-seekers may feel the consequences.

The Wall Street Journal reported recently that the Trump administration was weighing rules aimed at nationals of …

Sudan’s public prosecutor investigating Bashir on suspicion of money laundering source

Sudan’s public prosecutor has begun investigating ousted President Omar al-Bashir on charges of money laundering and the possession of large sums of money without legal grounds, a judicial source told Reuters on Saturday.

Bashir, who was ousted on April 11, …

Sudanese Political Cartoonist Seeks Lasting Change with Iconic Images

A week after the Sudanese military ousted Omar al-Bashir as president and seized control of the country, protesters continue to demand representation and civilian rule.

Thousands of kilometers away, Khalid Albaih monitors the events that are unfolding in Khartoum, the …

Sudan’s Social Media Deemed Major Player in Bashir’s Ouster

Ousted President Omar al-Bashir and his government restricted popular social media platforms during protests against his government, but millions of Sudanese found ways to circumvent the restrictions and rally others to protest peacefully.

On the night of April 8, just …

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