Happening Now in Sudan

Omar al-Bashir has been the president of Sudan since 1993 (self-appointed), but assumed power in 1989 after he led a military coup to overthrow the sitting government. He has been indicted by the International Criminal Court on five counts of crimes against humanity (murder, extermination, forcible transfer, torture, and rape), two counts of war crimes, and three counts of genocide. He is an international war criminal who continues to bomb his own people in an active attempt to eliminate all non-Arab populations from Sudan.

In 2009, al-Bashir banned all humanitarian aid coming into Sudan, leaving his people starving, sick, dying, and subject to intensifying violence.

Find out what is happening in Sudan today, and what human rights organizations and others are trying to do to stop the genocide.

NYT: Sudan Jails Journalists in New Sign of Repression

New York Times: The authorities in Sudan arrested seven journalists as they covered economic protests there this week, including reporters for Reuters and Agence France-Presse, with no word on charges or when they might be released. Press advocates said...

Deadly Protests Grip Sudan Over Bread Price Hikes

Protests over rising bread prices broke out across Sudan on Sunday, leading to the death of a student and the arrest of a prominent opposition leader as authorities confiscated newspapers and looked to clamp down on growing unrest. The demonstrations...

Enough Project: How Insiders Violently Privatized Sudan’s Wealth

Enough Project has issued a new report entitled "Sudan’s Deep State: How Insiders Violently Privatized Sudan’s Wealth, and How to Respond." Sudan's government, it says, "is a violent kleptocracy, a system of misrule characterized by state capture and...