Sudan

Article image
How Facebook took over the internet in Africa – and changed everything
Western users are logging off, but across the continent the social media company is indispensable for everything from running a business to sourcing vaccines. How did it become inescapable?

Nesrine Malik

20, Jan, 2022 @10:00 AM

Article image
From Grand Theft Auto to world peace: can a video game help to change the world?
Lual Mayen turned his family’s escape from civil war in South Sudan into a powerful virtual world – that will have real-life benefits for refugees

Sarah Johnson

21, Dec, 2021 @10:30 AM

Article image
Sudan: on revolution’s third anniversary, protesters vow not to be silenced
Millions are still fighting for a democratic government, three years after their protests began

Zeinab Mohammed Salih in Khartoum and Emma Graham-Harrison

18, Dec, 2021 @9:00 PM

Article image
‘Blacktown is a better place now’: how a former refugee and coach built pride in his community
In a sparse gym in one Sydney’s most disadvantaged areas, Mayor Chagai is not only teaching basketball but also transforming Australia

James Button; Photography by Carly Earl

12, Dec, 2021 @4:30 PM

Article image
Dozens die and thousands flee in West Darfur tribal fighting
Deadly clashes erupt in three separate areas with poor medical facilities as wider Darfur region slides into violence

Staff and agencies

10, Dec, 2021 @1:48 AM

Article image
I feel despair at Sudan’s coup. But my children’s mini protest gives me hope | Khalid Albaih
After 30 years in exile, it’s easy to doubt that it will ever be safe to live and work in Sudan. But the action being taken by young people shows democracy will rise again

Khalid Albaih

07, Dec, 2021 @7:00 AM

Article image
Can artistic freedom survive in Sudan? The writing’s on the wall…
The recent coup dashed hopes raised by the end of the military regime but newly liberated artists refuse to submit quietly

Lizzy Davies

06, Dec, 2021 @7:00 AM

Article image
The Guardian view on Sudan: yes, it was a coup. No, it isn’t over | Editorial
Editorial: Though the deposed civilian prime minister has returned, the military is still calling the shots

Editorial

02, Dec, 2021 @6:42 PM

Article image
Sudanese PM’s release is only small step in resolving crisis
Analysis: deal satisfies some international demands but route to democratic transition after fall of Omar al-Bashir remains unclear

Peter Beaumont

21, Nov, 2021 @4:25 PM

Article image
Sudan pro-democracy activists call for escalation after lethal crackdown
Demonstrations against military coup expected to continue after 15 protesters reportedly killed in a day

Zeinab Mohammed Salih in Khartoum and Peter Beaumont

18, Nov, 2021 @3:03 PM

Article image
From Nicaragua to China, reckless autocrats betray the promises of revolution
Freedom and progress are hard won, and any gains made are all too often lost by a single, self-aggrandising individual

Simon Tisdall

14, Nov, 2021 @7:30 AM

Article image
Sudan security forces kill at least 5 as protesters defy shutdown
Teargas and live bullets used to break up demonstration in Khartoum against the military coup

Zeinab Mohammed Salih in Khartoum and Emma Graham-Harrison

13, Nov, 2021 @6:39 PM

1 / 153 pages