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False positive

False positive

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Sudan | A war-torn nation is finally having an election, but experts say it may not be as good a sign as it seems to be

The death of an archdeacon

The death of an archdeacon

By Faith J.H. McDonnell
Posted

Sudan | Militia attacks in South Sudan target churches and villages, and threaten 'peace' agreement

Desperate prayers

Desperate prayers

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Sudan | With escalating violence and a lack of international intervention, South Sudanese Christians pray for protection

Boundary hunters

Boundary hunters

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Sudan | Violence escalates in South Sudan as a border ruling by an international court looms

Standing down

Standing down

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Sudan | As the crisis in Darfur deepens, President Obama's hard line from last year turns soft

Brazen Bashir

Brazen Bashir

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Sudan | The Sudanese president has traveled freely since the International Criminal Court issued a warrant for his arrest

Bashir fights back

Bashir fights back

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Sudan | Sudan's president won't take a world court arrest warrant-the first ever against a sitting head of state-sitting down

Farewell tour

Farewell tour

By Mindy Belz
Posted

Sudan | South Sudan president says goodbye to one administration with anxiety about what kind of friend the next will be

On the edge

On the edge

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Sudan | A return to genocidal killings in Darfur is possible again

War footing

War footing

By Priya Abraham
Posted

Sudan | Sudan's president calls out his militia while southern leader draws his own line in the sand

Rumors of war

Rumors of war

By Priya Abraham
Posted

Sudan | Hostilities between north and south could spell the beginning of the end of peace in Sudan

Name change

By Mindy Belz
Posted

Sudan | But Darfur's innocent may not be protected in latest UN resolution, says former UN ambassador

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