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Sudan struggling to combat human trafficking
13 Jan 2017
The Sudanese government says it rescued more than 1,500 people from human traffickers in the last five months.
Sudan's Gold Rush: Miners risk it all for scraps of gold
27 Dec 2016
Gold miners in Sudan are risking their lives to feed their families. They are using mercury and cyanide to get to the gold dust, and the toxic chemicals not only affect the miners but everyone else nearby.
Sudan: Anger over soaring medicine prices
24 Nov 2016
Dozens of activists in Sudan have been arrested in the last two days during protests over skyrocketing prices of medications. The increases began earlier this month after the government cut medicine and fuel subsidies in the country.
Citizens on South Sudan-Sudan border suffer from fighting
29 Oct 2016
The government of Sudan is accusing South Sudan of supporting rebels that it accuses of trying to destablise the country. South Sudanese officials also accuse Sudan of backing rebels that are hostile to it.
Sudan doctors on nationwide strike
8 Oct 2016
Doctors in Sudan are holding a national strike demanding better pay. The three-day protest, which began on Thursday, is also calling for better working conditions and improved security.
Fighting erupts in South Sudan on eve of fifth anniversary
9 Jul 2016
Violence in South Sudan's capital has overshadowed preparations to mark five years since the country's independence. There was gunfire outside the Presidential Palace in Juba, a day after five soldiers were killed.