Omar al Bashir has fallen in Khartoum. Beyond regime change—managed by the military—there's a deeper economic crisis.
Drawing on a long history of political art and protest and to bypass old media censorship, Sudani artists go to the street and online to complement street protests.
As Sudanese continue to chant “Just fall, that is all” against the regime, doctors pay a hefty price for standing with them.
After years of divide and rule by President Omar al-Bashir, the youth of Sudan have united to push him out.
What Sudan's history of protest against authoritarianism can teach the current generation.
"Berlin isn't Germany. Just like that website you write for—it's really its own country."
Clooney and Prendergast's simple story—explaining causes of political violence in Africa—breeds simplistic and ineffective solutions.
We’re returning to the older format of Weekend Music Break (a series of embeds rather than
In his memoir, the sociologist Steve Howard writes about experiencing Ramadan in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum.
Their voices, sharp and angry, shook me from my slumber. I didn’t know the language, but
On December 16, 2015 Jordanian police stormed a makeshift camp of Sudanese refugees located in central
Twitter lit up on Sunday and #Bashir was trending worldwide. As the African Union summit convened
Sudan had entered AFCON 2012 with 23 home-based players, all playing in Sudan. It was the
Some people think that Africa is a country. Some people, such as the New York Times
Taghreed Elsanhouri directed the first Sudanese film to be screened at the Toronto International Film Festival,
In Sudan, the numbers of women political prisoners are rising, largely because the numbers of women
Since February 2011, Meron Estefanos has acted as an interpreter, negotiator and kind of lifeline for
From the director and singer-actors of the 2005 film U-Carmen eKhayelitsha comes a new “opera” film.
In the last few days more details have come to light about Israel’s operation to deport
A couple of weeks ago Hamid Dabashi’s article “Can Non-Europeans Think?” was making the usual hype motions on