Investigators of the peacekeeping mission Unamid confirmed that two women from a camp for displaced people in Zalingei, Central Darfur were raped by militiamen.
Students of the Red Sea University also started to demonstrate against the price increases on consumer goods in the country. Police broke up the mass and arrested three people.
An official medical report has confirmed the death by torture of a pharmacy employee during his detention by security officers in Gireida, South Darfur.
The Sudanese Press and Publications Court has decided to postpone the verdict of the court case against El Midan newspaper which has been running for years.
Eight journalists, including correspondents of Reuters and AFP, are being held in detention by the Sudanese security service. The print-runs of two newspapers were seized yesterday in Sudan’s crackdown on media coverage of the ongoing price hike protes…
The Alternative Workers’ Union of the Sea Ports Corporation has given the federal minister of transport three days to stop the privatisation process of the southern port in Port Sudan, threatening with demonstrations by port workers.
A protest vigil entitled ‘Salvation of the Homeland’ went ahead yesterday in Sudan’s second city of Omdurman spite of attempts by the Sudanese security apparatus to prevent it. The secretary-general of the National Umma Party (NUP), Sara Nugdallah, who…
Reuters journalist Khalid Abdelaziz, and AFP correspondent Abdelmunim Abu Idris were detained in Khartoum on Tuesday while covering mass popular protests against the economic crisis in the country.
15 political groupings participating in the national dialogue have harshly attacked the government because of the economic crisis, rise of prices and scarcity of essential goods and condemned the use of excessive violence and repression against the pea…
The six-party Environmental Protection Committee of Sudan’s Northern state has called a mass meeting at El Sawadra today to protest against the construction of a gold factory that will use cyanide.
Eight detainees, including the omda of Nierteti, were transferred to the Central Darfur capital of Zalingei on Tuesday, one was released, and another student detainee of El Geneina University is still being held by the security services.
The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Embassy of the Republic of Korea, the Sudanese Ministry of International Cooperation and Ministry of Youth and Sports have concluded an agreement on supporting Youth Volunteers programme in Darfur.
The Governor of North Darfur, Abdelwahed Yousef, has asked a visiting delegation from the US Department of Defence to provide logistic support to control of the vast border with Libya to help combat illegal immigration and human and drug trafficking.
The Sudanese government has pre-emptively flooded a schoolyard in Omdurman in an attempt to prevent a vigil by opposition forces, civil society organisations, women, youth, and students, scheduled for today.
Several journalists and correspondents of Arabic satellite channels were detained and their equipment confiscated by Sudanese authorities while they covered the mass demonstrations in Khartoum yesterday. The security apparatus has directed all newspape…
Thousands of people took to the streets of Khartoum yesterday in peaceful popular protest against rising prices that have followed the implementation of the new national budget by the government of Sudan.
A compact weekly digest of Dabanga Sudan’s highlights of the news from Darfur and Sudan
The annual budget that Khartoum has prepared for 2018 shows the magnitude of the government mismanagement that led to the economic crisis experienced by the Sudanese people, and the popular discontent deepens the political instability in Sudan, accordi…