Omar al-Bashir’s regime dropped off Trump’s revised travel ban, but the Sudanese president wants more.
A 25-year public health survey shows how conflicts in the Middle East and beyond have led to a surge in violence, self-harm and mental illness.
The African country’s ties to Pyongyang could be holding up the removal of sanctions after 20 years.
The Sudanese president is due to attend a summit in Saudi Arabia with Trump, and human rights advocates want the U.S. leader to speak up.
The White House is appealing orders blocking its travel ban. For a Sudanese airport worker in Minnesota, the result will be life-changing.
The group is thought to be the biggest friendship groups from the West to join ISIS.
One of the seven countries affected by Trump's travel ban couldn't have been more welcoming to an American doctor.
Sudan said the ban undermined recent progress in relations between the two countries.
The president-elect will have the final decision on whether to lift a trade embargo as thanks for Sudan's help in fighting ISIS.
The Sudanese leader said it will be “much easier” to deal with Trump than previous U.S. administrations.
Amnesty International documented more than 30 attacks in eight months.
An African Union peace roadmap could help resolve three deadly conflicts in the country.
The country continues to reject Eritrean and Sudanese applications in the country.
Darfur will remain as five separate states rather than uniting into a single region.
Sudan accuses South Sudan of backing a rebellion in Darfur that has killed 400,000 people.
The oil tanker veered off the road while traveling from the capital Juba to the Western Equatoria area.
Human Rights Watch called on Sudan’s government to disband the Rapid Support Forces.
Al-Bashir’s arrest would give the Obama administration the chance to reject impunity for crimes of genocide.
Called the Sentry, the enterprise wants to uncover the flow of money that bolsters armed conflict on the continent.
Bashir is accused in an International Criminal Court arrest warrant of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
Mohammed Dahlan mediates dam agreement between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan ahead of future challenge to Mahmoud Abbas.
The EU has already made clear it rejects the legitimacy of the elections.