Human rights violations in South Sudan
Thousands march in Sudan demanding fulfilling of revolution’s goals

On December 25, thousands took to the streets on the anniversary of a massive march organized by the Sudanese Professionals Association seeking the resignation of then president Omar al-Bashir

Omar al-Bashir’s political party banned in Sudan

A decree was passed yesterday prohibiting the participation of al-Bashir’s National Congress Party (NCP) in political activities for 10 years. The properties and assets of the party are to be confiscated and its members removed from all public institutions.

Protest against Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir “The uprising in Sudan is building on decades of protests against the regime”

As protests intensify in Sudan against president Omar al-Bashir, Peoples Dispatch talks to Dr. Fathi Elfad of the Sudanese Communist Party, who was recently released from prison, on the origins of the uprising and the repression unleashed by the state

Transnational oil companies may be complicit in war crimes in South Sudan, UN warns

Chinese, Indian and Malaysian firms have been partnering with the militarized state-run oil company. Transnational oil companies have been assisting the government troops by allowing them to use the companies’ air strips and other road infrastructures for their operations, according to the UN

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