Due to the lack of cell service and phone calls, residents of Darfur have turned to handwritten letters as a means of communication.
South Sudan has expressed alarm in reaction to a strong warning from the United States about the risks associated with business engagements.
Residents near Khartoum have been ordered to evacuate as the fighting between the army and paramilitary forces rages.
The Sudan’s north has experienced severe damage from heavy rainS, destroying numerous homes as aid groups raise concern.
Sudan’s paramilitaries have reportedly issued chilling orders to civilians in the capital’s south to vacate their homes.
Tension among Sudanese after rocket fire kills at least 20 Sudanese civilians in one of Darfur’s main cities.
Amidst the 100th day of unrelenting conflict in war-devastated Sudan, tragedy struck when a civilian plane crashed, claiming nine lives.
War-torn Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, experienced a communications blackout that left residents in a state of disarray.
The head of the UN mission in Sudan, Volker Perthes, emphasized the urgent need for accountability as the country’s conflict escalates.
Sudanese ex-rebel leader Mubarak Ardol, now aligned with Burhan, denounced “a plan to occupy Sudan” and moves to “promote military missions.
As fighting raged in Khartoum, a witness reported that a Sudanese fighter jet was shot down whereby they saw pilots jumping with parachutes.
Fighting in Khartoum raged on amid the Muslim holiday, Eid al-Adha after paramilitaries seized the main police base in the country’s capital.
The Sudan conflict in the region of Darfur has reached “alarming levels” and has taken on a worrying ethnic dimension, according to the UN.
Sudanese Muslims express confusion and worries as the country’s clashes rage day by day amid the annual holiday, Eid al-Adha.
Battle in Sudan has become rampant and has caused hundreds of deaths in the country and thousands fleeing to inconducive environments.
Darfur streets in the most affected country by clashes, Sudan, are littered with the bodies of those who could not escape the war.
War in Sudan reached its third month as the death toll reportedly topped 2,000 after the state’s governor was killed.
Army fighters have bombed Khartoum as the country prepares to celebrate two months of hardship since a power struggle that caused war.
Saudi Arabia and the United States have been mediating in the eight-week war between Sudanese army chief and his former deputy.
Darfur has never recovered from years of fighting that began in 2003, and since April has been a centre of the now eight-week-old war.
Sexual violence has become rampant in Khartoum as dozens of women have reported such attacks in their homes and hotels.
Heavy artillery fire was heard across greater Khartoum. Residents bury their family members who died in the clashes.
As the conflict in Sudan continues to escalate, neighboring Chad finds itself facing a multitude of challenges that threaten its securit.