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Sudanese universities are growing extremely hostile towards students and the violence is only escalating. If no agreement is reached, it is very likely that there will be much more bloodshed. It has been two months and two weeks since Professor
he Sudanese security forces must immediately stop the use of excessive and unlawful force against protesters, Amnesty International said today, after a student died of gunshot wounds sustained during a demonstration at the University of
Khartoum A Darfuri student of the University of Khartoum was shot dead by security forces on Tuesday...The students had organised a political meeting within the university premises, condemning the silence of the Sudanese government about the ongoing
The University of Khartoum witnessed violent clashes on Sunday between students from the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) and those from the Reform Now Party (RNP) which was formed last December by NCP figures who were expelled from the party.
The area, which is plagued by violence, has been in limbo for more than two years since South Sudan claimed independence, and has kept the roughly 1,250-mile border between the countries from being settled. Sudan Residents of the disputed Abyei
President Kiir was due in Sudan September 3, 2013 for a summit aimed at averting a shutdown of oil pipelines worth billions of dollars to both stricken economies. In Summary Sudan has threatened to close from Friday the lines carrying landlocked
Patients are treated at the Sudan's Mycetoma Research Centre. Behind the brick walls of the Mycetoma Research Centre trying to unravel the mysteries of the infection is a rare story of medical success in impoverished Sudan. With bandages on their
Just after the footpath beside the school passes into the cool late afternoon shadows, a gentle cracking sound signals that Doud Sebet has arrived. He sits on a piece of cardboard, with one long leg out in front of him and the other tucked underneath.
Sudan's minister of industry, Abdel Wahab Mohamed Osman, declared this week that the government has no option but to privatize several sugar factories in order to obtain financial resources allowing it to expand and increase productivity. Mohamed
The educated Sudanese used to take a certain pride in their passion for political debate. Whether at afternoon meal, funerals, weddings or the nightly binges of old Khartoum political prowess was a marker of prestige. The effendi idol of the early