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Cavorting With War Criminals: Zuma Meets Bashir In China

AFRICANGLOBE - President Jacob Zuma recently met Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir "to strengthen co-operation" between the two countries. The two misleaders committed themselves to more meetings, at ministerial level, and Zuma accepted an invitation by al-Bashir to visit Sudan.

Sudan Decries SPLM-N Meeting With Israelis

AFRICANGLOBE - A senior Sudanese official on Wednesday denounced a reported meeting between a delegation of Israeli aid "activists" and members from the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N). Ibrahim Ghandour, an assistant of Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, accused Israel of backing the Sudanese opposition and working to destabilize Sudan.

Five Years Of Impunity: The Man Behind The Darfur Genocide Remains...

AFRICANGLOBE - President Bashir stands accused of the world’s most heinous crimes—genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity. Bashir orchestrated the genocide in Darfur, which began more than 11 years ago when the Sudanese Armed Forces and its allied Janjaweed Arab militias launched a scorched earth campaign against the civilian population. Since 2003, over 3 million people have been displaced and many are still unable to return to their homes.

Sudan’s Ruling Party Expels Leading Reformers

AFRICANGLOBE - Sudan's ruling National Congress Party (NCP) has expelled three leading reformers, in the party's most serious split in years, as President Omar al-Bashir hinted at an imminent and wide-ranging government shakeup.

Sudan’s President Goes Missing at Nigeria Summit

AFRICANGLOBE - Sudan's president Omar al-Bashir failed to turn up at the ongoing Special Follow-Up Summit on HIV/Aids and other related diseases in Nigeria's capital Abuja where he was expected to make a presentation, after a red-carpet welcome on Sunday.

Sudan Govt Cracks Down on Opposition Groups

AFRICANGLOBE - A number of Sudanese opposition party leaders are in custody following the signing of an accord, dubbed the 'New Dawn Charter', under which they agreed to overthrow the government of President Omar al-Bashir and institute a federal system of government based on democracy, pluralism and the separation of religion and the state.

Sudan’s Wanted President Visits Egypt

Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi met with Sudan's wanted President Omar al-Bashir in Cairo on Sunday as the Egyptian government dismissed calls for the visiting...

Beginning of End for Omar Hassan Al-Bashir?

Student-led demonstrations coupled with growing frustration among sections of Sudan's broader population provide the strongest indications yet of a real push for regime change,...

Protests in Sudan Grows Despite Bashir’s Speech

The Sudanese capital has become the scene for growing protests against austerity measures of the government of President Omar al Bashir. The protests started last...

Ethnic Cleansing in the Nuba Mountains

The world cannot afford to ignore ongoing ethnic cleansing in Sudan's Nuba Mountains. Almost exactly one year ago, the latest bloody chapter in Nuba's tragic...

Security Council Urged to Take Steps to Arrest Sudanese Leaders for...

The Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC), Luis Moreno-Ocampo today called on the Security Council to adopt measures to ensure the arrest of...

Sudan’s President Bashir – the Belligerent Eye of a Perfect Storm

The vultures are circling around Sudan's President Omar Al-Bashir. He's faced problems before, of course, but a perfect storm of resistance and discontent brewing...

Kenyan Court Issues Arrest Warrant For Sudan’s President Omar Bashir

AFRICANGLOBE - A Kenyan judge has issued a warrant on Monday for Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir, who is  wanted by an international court for genocide, after the government failed to arrest him during a visit last year. The high court ruling means Bashir's arrest "should be effected by the Attorney General and the Minister for Internal Security should he ever set foot in Kenya," Judge Nicolas Ombija said.

Malawi Should Arrest Al-Bashir

Malawi should arrest Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir on an international war crimes warrant if he visits the country for a trade summit this week, Human Rights Watch said on Thursday.

Sudan: Additional Mass Graves Discovered in South Kordofan

The Satelite Sentinel project said on Wednesday that it held evidence of the existence of eight (8) mass graves in the Sudanese state of South Kordofan, including two that had recently discovered in the state capital Kadugli.