Rappler's latest stories on Sudan politics
The umbrella protest movement has signed a power-sharing accord with Sudan's ruling generals that provides for a transitional civilian administration, the key demand of demonstrators
The chief of Sudan's ruling military council, General Abdel Fattah al-Burhan, announces the talks have been suspended for 72 hours as security in Khartoum has deteriorated
Demonstrators reinforce their barricades outside the army headquarters in Khartoum after the two sides differed in talks Monday, April 29
The rally comes after Sudan's new military rulers and protest leaders agreed to set up a joint committee, to chart the way forward two weeks after the ouster of veteran president Omar al-Bashir
Car horns sound on the streets as jubilant crowds stream out of their homes to cheer the departure of Ibn Ouf, considered a regime insider and close aide of Bashir.
Analysts say that Omar al-Bashir's overthrow in a palace coup has made the transition to democracy in Sudan a more distant prospect
The uprising in Sudan started with protests in December over a hike in bread prices. Here's a timeline of events.
(UPDATED) Organizers of the protests, which first erupted in December, rejects the army's move and vows to keep up their campaign until the whole regime is swept aside
'A six-month state of emergency has been approved by a majority,' the speaker of parliament Ibrahim Ahmed Omer says after lawmakers voted on the decree issued by President Omar al-Bashir
The cabinet is due to be sworn in on Friday, September 14, and is scheduled to hold its first meeting on Sunday, September 16.
A presidential decree announces Salah Abdallah Mohammed Salih as the new head of the country's National Intelligence and Security Service
South Sudan s warring leaders and their cronies have amassed fortunes while prosecuting a murderous conflict a watchdog group which counts George Clooney as a founder says in a report
South Sudan is just one of the crises shaking the continent that African leaders will address during the summit
Bringing South Sudan together can be truly guaranteed only through one route: an organized peace and reconciliation process with international backing
Government troops and rebels have been battling around the mountainous Jebel Marra area straddling Central South and North Darfur states
Negotiator: Complete cessation of hostilities in South Sudan is expected as of this morning Monday February 2
We are crying every day to the Lord God We want peace so that we go home
UPDATED The young nation – born 2011 – is divided by ethnic atrocities and on the brink of famine
International peacekeepers in the region said they were deeply concerned about a reported escalation of violence in South Darfur state during the past few days
Differences still remained over releasing political prisoners
UPDATED This is meant to counter a major break of violence in troubled South Sudan
The unofficial referendum with only the Ngok Dinka participating will likely inflame tensions in the war ravaged region