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28 Feb 12
Harsh treatment of demonstrators suggests Khartoum fears spread of unrest.
Displaced people at a camp in Nyala. (Photo: United Nations)
8 Feb 12
Gruelling, poorly-paid construction work seen as only way of earning an income.
4 Jan 12
Women use song to incite men into conflict with neighbouring tribes.
14 Dec 11
Prosecutor ratchets up pressure on Khartoum, but will it make any difference?
People arriving in South Sudan by bus as the mass population shift got under way last year. Picture from November 2010. (Photo: Tim Freccia/ENOUGH Project/Flickr)
8 Dec 11
People from the newly-independent state in the south suddenly find themselves foreigners in Sudan.
A South Sudanese soldier holds up the new national flag during the July 9 independence celebrations. The army is closely associated with the ruling party. (Photo: UN Photo/Paul Banks)
25 Jul 11
World’s newest country faces challenge of establishing democracy that includes all factions.
Islam – or rather the regime’s interpretation of it – is likely to figure large in any new constitution.
Special Report
8 Jul 11
As Khartoum prepares for future without South Sudan, women’s groups say its recent human rights record doesn’t bode well for new era.
An actor plays a rapist in a role play situation during a training session on interviewing suspects in sexual violence cases. (Photo: Melanie Gouby)
27 Apr 11
Emphasis on training female journalists helps highlight sexual violence and other human rights abuses in east of country.
Representatives of the African Union, United Nations, and the Government of the Sudan meet in Addis Ababa to discuss the UNAMID mission in Darfur. (Photo: UN Photo/Olivier Chassot)
Special Report
19 Apr 11
Governments that pay for humanitarian effort must act to curb interference by Khartoum.