After 30 years in power, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir was arrested and deposed by military, following nearly four months of protests against his rule.
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Thursday’s military coup in Sudan sparked anxiety in South Sudan that the toppling of longtime President Omar al-Bashir could derail fragile peace deal.
Kenyan and Sudanese authorities should ensure effective, transparent and impartial investigations into disappearance of 2 South Sudanese critics in Nairobi.
Netflix movie lasts only 4½ minutes, but it has dominated heated discussion and sparked questions about why South Sudan’s flag was used.
Two years ago, South Sudanese lawyer Dong Samuel Luak disappeared off the streets of Nairobi, Kenya. Human Rights Watch reported.
At least four South Sudanese nationals have been killed during the ongoing protests in Sudan, according to South Sudan’s embassy in Khartoum.
Emmanuel Jal’s amazing life story and his passion for life captivates the minds of fans from both home and abroad. His musical cry for peace is an inspiration.
Film raises funds for isolated hospital in Sudanese war zone where for several years President Omar al-Bashir waged war against his own people.
At the International Day of the Girl on Thursday, girls in South Sudan are call on their government to do more to help them receive better education.
South Sudanese women want political quota of 35 percent of executive appointments to women respected as agreed to in the recently revitalized peace deal.