Sudan’s warring parties have committed extensive war crimes in the ongoing conflict, including deliberate killings of civilians and sexual assault, a leading rights group said Thursday.
/ August 4, 2023
Two decades ago, Darfur became synonymous with genocide and war crimes. Fears are mounting that that legacy is returning.
/ July 30, 2023
News of the mass grave comes after Human Rights Watch called for the International Criminal Court to investigate atrocities in Darfur.
/ July 15, 2023
Strike hits neighborhood in southern Khartoum, where clashes have centered in recent weeks, according to Sudan’s Ministry of Health.
/ June 18, 2023
About 300 infants, toddlers and older children have been rescued from an orphanage in Sudan’s capital.
/ June 8, 2023
Two U.N. agencies warned Monday of rising food emergencies including starvation in Sudan due to the outbreak of war and in Haiti,Burkina Faso and Mali due to restricted movements of people and goods.
/ May 30, 2023
The United Nation’s top human rights body adopted a resolution Thursday that drew attention to mounting civilian deaths and rights abuses in Sudan since a bloody conflict erupted between the African country’s two top generals last month.
/ May 12, 2023