Experts warn that political manipulation and lack of funding may hinder the chances of holding perpetrators to account.
Profile of Melinda Taylor, detained with three colleagues in Libya.
As Khartoum prepares for future without South Sudan, women’s groups say its recent human rights record doesn’t bode well for new era.
Governments that pay for humanitarian effort must act to curb interference by Khartoum.
Nairobi says it wants to prosecute 2007 election violence suspects, but some suggest it's not up to the task.
Agencies said to be reluctant to confront Sudanese government about obstructions to humanitarian aid effort.
ICC prosecutors say situation is further evidence of an ongoing genocide campaign in Darfur.
Detention of journalist underlines the grave risks Sudanese media face in trying to maintain their independence.
Activists say Darfur militiamen absorbed into army to prevent them facing justice. By Tajeldin Abdhalla Adam, Assadig Mustafa Zakaria Musa, Simon Jennings and Katy Glassborow in Hilversum and Blake Evans-Pritchard in The Hague
African Union explores ways in which local courts could bring justice to Darfur, but critics warn this may be impractical. By Tajeldin Abdhalla Adam, Assadig Mustafa Zakaria Musa and Katy Glassborow in Hilversum and Blake Evans-Pritchard in The Hague