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HRW researcher: Sudan transitional justice needs broad societal discussion

KHARTOUM - The international community sponsoring Sudan’s Framework Agreement “should not repeat the 2019 experience,” says Human Rights Watch (HRW) researcher Mohamed Osman. He also...

ICG: ‘Considerable work remains to keep things on track’ in Sudan

BRUSSELS - A statement by the non-governmental think tank International Crisis Group (ICG) recommends that signatories of Sudan’s new Framework Agreement should “work to win broader...

Book review: “When Peace Kills Politics: International Intervention and unending wars in the Sudans” by Sharath Srinivasan (2021)

SUDAN - This review by Matthew Benson (Conflict and Civicness Research Group at LSE), originally published by PeaceRep, identifies When Peace Kills Politics as a...

International Involvement

JPA conference ‘to expand discussion base’ excludes Darfur leaders

KHARTOUM - The conference on the Juba Peace Agreement (JPA), organised by the AU-IGAD-UNITAMS Trilateral Mechanism in coordination with the signatories to the Framework Agreement,...

UNITAMS head ‘profoundly distressed’ by killing of aid worker in Blue Nile, Sudan

KHARTOUM / GIESSAN, BLUE NILE - The Special Representative of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan (UNITAMS),...

FCC-DB: ‘70 leaders to attend Cairo inter-Sudanese dialogue workshop’

KHARTOUM / CAIRO - A delegation of 70 leaders of the Forces for Freedom and Change-Democratic Block (FFC-DB), will depart for Cairo to participate in...

Features

Sudan timeline October – December 2022: Anti-junta protests swell amid regime crackdown, tribal strife displaces thousands as economy bleeds

DABANGA SUDAN - During the final quarter of 2022, Sudan’s Blue Nile region, West Kordofan, and South Darfur saw Tribal attacks that left dozens of...

Survey: Why do you read Dabanga’s articles?

Today we are asking our audience to give us feedback about why you read Radio Dabanga's articles, what content you would like to see more...

Illegal logging, charcoal burning, and gum tapping threatens Sudan’s woodlands

The environmental dangers of deforestation in Sudan have been highlighted by experts. Yet, not much has been done in practice to protect woodlands and forests....