The case of deposed Sudan dictator Omar Al Bashir has been a prominent international criminal case for years. It is not only about the mass victimhood, but it is also about international justice, ending impunity, and the protection of fundamental …Continue reading
Permanent Representative Urges Lifting of Sanctions, as Civil Society Member Urges Government to Exclude Listed Individuals
Security Council members cautiously welcomed the new power-sharing agreement to end the conflict in South Sudan today, as they heard updates on recent developments …Continue reading
Sudan's transitional government should accelerate legal and institutional reform and visible progress on domestic justice initiatives, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said yesterday, following its first official visit to the country in over 14 years. International donors should expedite assistance to …Continue reading
(KHARTOUM) - For the first time during the transitional period, Sudanese police violently charged protesters in Khartoum on Thursday triggering calls to remove interior minister and to investigate the crackdown.
For its part, the government late pledged to probe the …Continue reading
(KHARTOUM) - Sudan's Misseriya tribe voiced their rejection of a recent decision by President Salva Kiir to declare Abyei as South Sudanese area.
Kiir established three administrative areas including Abyei, which is a disputed territory on the border between the …Continue reading
(JUBA) - South Africa President and Chairperson of the African Union Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa, welcomed the agreement between South Sudanese main peace partners to form a transitional government on Saturday.
In line with the Entebbe agreement, President Salva Kiir Mayardit …Continue reading
Khartoum The Council of Ministers issued a statement in the early hours of Friday on the demonstrations that took place in the capital, Khartoum, on Thursday.
The council stressed the government observation for the right to demonstrate and to right …Continue reading
Johannesburg/Geneva (20 February 2020) - Millions of South Sudanese civilians have been deliberately deprived of access to basic services and many deliberately starved while national revenues have been diverted by the country's politicians says the UN Commission on Human Rights …Continue reading
As desert locusts spread across East Africa, Uganda has deployed its army to battle the all-consuming horde. The pests are laying countless eggs that are expected to hatch within weeks, raising concerns among farmers that the worst is yet to …Continue reading