• Sudanese protesters take to the streets on 21 October 2020 in Khartoum and neighbouring cities against a worsening economic crisis, and to demand justice for people killed during past demonstrations that toppled president Omar al-Bashir. Picture: AFP

    Sudan protesters rally against economic hardship

    The activists in the capital Khartoum and its twin city of Omdurman also demanded justice for those killed during the popular uprising that toppled president Omar al-Bashir last year.

  • FILE: Ousted President Omar al-Bashir. Picture: AFP

    ICC prosecutor says held talks with Sudan over access

    Ousted President Omar al-Bashir, who was toppled in April 2019, has been wanted by the ICC for nearly a decade on charges of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity in the western region of Darfur.

  • Sudan’s Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok. Picture: @SudanPMHamdok/Twitter

    Sudan foreign aid deal to give cash to poor families

    The Sudan Family Support Programme aims to give some 32 million people, or around 80% of the population, 500 Sudanese pounds (nine dollars at the official rate, or just over two dollars on the black market) per person per month for a year,

  • FILE: Hundreds of Sudanese exiles have been streaming in from around the world since the ouster of President Omar al-Bashir in April 2019 after months of youth-led street demonstrations, to help rebuild Sudan as it emerges from three decades of autocratic rule. Picture: AFP

    Exiles return to rebuild post-Bashir Sudan

    "After the revolution... I thought it's the right time to come back... despite the luxury people enjoy in the West," said Mohamed, who now heads the Sudanese Mineral Resources Company's health and environment department.

  • FILE: Sudanese residents walk on sandbags to reach their houses along a flooded street in the capital Khartoum's southern neighbourhood of al-Kalakla, on 31 August 2020. Picture: AFP.

    Almost 830,000 people affected by Sudan floods - UN

    According to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Sudan, nearly 166,000 dwellings were destroyed or damaged in the floodwaters that have swept the northeast African country since mid-July.