Sudan

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A vote to secede

A vote to secede

By Emily Belz
Posted

Sudan | After decades of civil war, southern Sudanese citizens vote on their own independence

Separation anxieties

Separation anxieties

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Sudan | As South Sudan prepares for a January vote on independence from Khartoum, concerns over region-wide violence grow

Freedom

Freedom

By Mindy Belz
Posted

Sudan | A Samaritan's Purse worker is 'physically strong' despite her three-month ordeal

Going south

Going south

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Sudan | Conditions in South Sudan deteriorate months before the region decides whether to stand on its own

Historic election

Historic election

By Jamie Dean
Posted

Sudan | Despite low expectations of change, Sudanese voters welcome the country's first multi-party election in 24 years

History matters

History matters

By Elizabeth Kendal
Posted

Sudan | With Sudan's elections coming up this weekend, a look back to understand the election debacle

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

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