14 January 2006
Egyptian human rights groups have launched a campaign for justice for the dozens of Sudanese refugees who were killed after police attacked their camp outside UN offices in Cairo.
07 January 2006
Egyptian police killed at least 27 Sudanese refugees, including 12 children, when they stormed a protest camp outside the offices of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Cairo.
27 August 2005
In the spring of 1993 South African photojournalist Kevin Carter was covering the famine in Sudan. While visiting a feeding station, a starving child crawling through the dust caught his eye. Behind the child stalked a large vulture.
13 November 2004
THE BRITISH government is turning back refugees from Darfur in Sudan, even though it says that appalling suffering and mass murder are going on in the area.
18 September 2004
WHICH country has the most pyramids from ancient times? Of course, everyone knows the answer is Egypt—except that actually it’s Sudan.
04 September 2004
Without understanding the role and impact of capitalism and superpower intervention in Africa, the responses evoked by horrors such as that unfolding in Darfur, western Sudan, will often be mistaken.
31 July 2004
TONY BLAIR says 5,000 British troops are poised to intervene in Darfur, western Sudan.
19 June 2004
A catastrophe is unfolding in western Sudan Charlie Kimber explains why
08 December 2001
War against world's poor
We are again seeing the big powers trying to sort out the world's problems through military force. More and more countries are on George Bush's list of targets – Iraq, Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen, North Korea and others.