Civil war in Sudan
US imperialism is driving millions of people to flee their homes across the world

The intensification of existing violent conflicts and emergence of new ones have caused a significant increase in the number of forcibly displaced people

Campesinos asesinados en el corazón agrícola de Sudán mientras el hambre asola el país devastado por la guerra

Mientras más de la mitad de la población del país devastado por la guerra pasa hambre, las tropas merodeadoras de las Fuerzas de Apoyo Rápido (RSF) matan a cientos de campesinos y despoblan las aldeas del corazón agrícola de Sudán.

Starvation and disease threaten millions in Sudan as civil war rages on

With over half the population hungry and starvation deaths increasing by the hour, Sudanese brace for worse as the country enters the lean season on the heels of a harvest season lost to war.

Sudanese Communist Party newspaper’s editor abducted by paramilitary RSF

The Rapid Support Forces (RSF), which has been at war with Sudan’s army since April 15, 2023, broke into the family home of Haitham Dafallah, the chief editor of Al-Maydan newspaper, and abducted him along with his brother, on January 19.

War in Sudan engulfs agricultural heartland amid record levels of hunger

After capturing Gezira, a State in central Sudan that was producing half of its wheat and providing refuge to hundreds of thousands of IDPs, the RSF is set to battle the Sudanese Armed Forces for the neighboring states to consolidate control over the country’s agricultural heartland

Eugene Puryear on Sudan, 5 years since the December revolution

Five years after Sudan’s December revolution, the country is facing a devastating humanitarian crisis. A raging civil war has left hundreds of thousands displaced, facing hunger and poverty.

Six months of war between Sudan’s security forces has cost thousands of lives and displaced millions

With over 5.3 million displaced, the war which began on April 15 between the Sudanese Armed Forces and the paramilitary Rapid Support Forces enters its sixth month with no resolution in sight, as the UN warns of further escalation.

Las partes beligerantes de Sudán continúan sus bombardeos mientras miles de cadáveres se pudren en las calles y más de 20 millones de personas pasan hambre

Miles de personas han muerto y más de cuatro millones han sido desplazadas por la guerra entre militares y paramilitares sudaneses, país que va a entrar en su quinto mes sin signos de tregua. Sólo 18 de los 89 principales hospitales del país funcionan, y sólo parcialmente.

Sudan’s warring parties continue bombardment as thousands of corpses rot on the streets and over 20 million face hunger 

Thousands have been killed and over four million displaced by the war between Sudan’s military and paramilitary that is set to enter its fifth month with no signs of respite. Only 18 of the country’s 89 main hospitals are functioning, that too only at partial capacity

Sudan violence Over 800 civilians killed as fighting between Sudan’s army and paramilitary RSF enters second month

The so-called Jeddah Declaration, in which the warring parties committed to protecting civilians on May 12, has only remained on paper as fighting intensifies in the states of Khartoum and West Darfur, claiming hundreds of more lives

The roots of Sudan’s crisis

NewsClick’s Prabir Purkayastha analyzes the roots of the crisis in Sudan, the interests of the regional players in the conflict, and what lies ahead for the war-hit country

Fighting between Sudanese army and RSF has disastrous impact in Darfur as hundreds of thousands are displaced

While the national capital Khartoum has seen the most intense battles between the army and the paramilitary RSF, most of the internal displacements are occurring in Darfur due to escalating armed conflict between militias. The region already has most of Sudan’s 3.7 million Internally Displaced Persons