The government accused General Asamnew Tsige of masterminding gun attacks on Saturday night that killed five people including the national army’s chief of staff and Amhara’s state president. Asamnew was
Sudan’s ruling Transitional Military Council (TMC) has rejected calls for an international investigation after thousands of protesters who had camped outside the army headquarters in central Khartoum weeks
"An armed terrorist group carried out an attack against the civil population in the village of Belehede" overnight Tuesday, Sy said. "The attack caused 17 deaths," he added in a statement. A "massive"
On the morning of June 3, Nahid Jabrallah was at a sprawling sit-in outside Sudan’s army headquarters in Khartoum when paramilitary troops descended on the protesters, marking the start of what has since
"Now is the time for the people of Sudan to choose law over impunity and ensure that the ICC suspects in the Darfur situation finally face justice in a court of law," prosecutor Fatou Bensouda told the
The three convictions are the first to result from a long-running investigation and prosecution into the attack. A fourth individual was acquitted, Judge Francis Andayi said, adding that sentencing will
US energy firm Anadarko plans to invest $25 billion (22 billion euros) in developing gas reserves off the northern coast of Mozambique, the government said Tuesday, hailing the "largest foreign investment"
Mohamed Morsi collapsed in court Monday after six years of trials and solitary confinement. The Muslim Brotherhood high up was 67. Turkey's President hailed Morsi as a martyr, a reminder of that sharp
"Any sudden death in custody must be followed by a prompt, impartial, thorough and transparent investigation carried out by an independent body to clarify the cause of death," said Rupert Colville, spokesman
Fallen Sudanese leader Omar al-Bashir was seen Sunday in public for the first time since being ousted in April, as he was driven in an armed convoy to the prosecutor's office. The former strongman, who
The former strongman, who ruled his northeast African nation with an iron fist for three decades, was toppled on April 11 after weeks of protests against his reign. Dressed in a white traditional robe