The National Democratic Movement (NDM) denied reports that its leader Dr. Lam Akol Ajawin travelled to Khartoum with the intention to pull out of the September 2018 peace deal.
Some reports circulated on social media said that Lam Akol left … Read more
The bloody attacks on villages southwest of Kass in South Darfur on Sunday have led to the displacement of thousands of people. Most of them fled to the square in front of the Unamid base in the area, while hundreds … Read more
Owners of minibuses in Port Sudan now endure queues of up to six days at filling stations, as the chronic fuel shortage in the city deepens.
The head of the Minibus Drivers Union, Mohamed Obashar, told Radio Dabanga that … Read more
Torrential rains have damaged hundreds of houses in Sudan, as floods continue to inundate parts of the Nile basin. The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Sudan, confirms that torrential rains have led to ﬂooding, landslides, … Read more
Kutum locality in North Darfur is witnessing lawlessness and security deterioration despite the visit by high-level federal delegation headed by Member of the Sovereign Council, Lt Gen Ibrahim Jabir, and their pledges to establish security and the Rule of Law … Read more