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Sudan: Pregnant Woman Condemned to Death or Religious Conversion


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Ethiopian Coptic Woman's Neck Tattoos Lalibela Ethiopia Africa, Photo by Ngaire Hart (lawson) Thanks for 2.45 million views

Olivia Elswick, Contributing Journalist Last Modified: 00:13 a.m. DST, 16 May 2014 KHARTOUM, Sudan – Meriam Yehya Ibrahim, 27, has until Thursday to either denounce her Christian faith or face a death sentence. When Ibrahim’s father, a Sudanese Muslim, abandoned her at age six, her mother, an Ethiopian Orthodox, raised her as a Christian. Ibrahim […]

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The Conflict in Darfur Rages On



Genocide in Darfur, Photo by Michael Kamber

Jessamy Nichols, Africa Correspondent Last Modified: 23:56 p.m. DST, 26 August 2013 DARFUR, Sudan – When South Sudan gained its independence in 2011 after decades of struggle and strife, many citizens and international onlookers felt a sense of hope and relief that the dueling sides of Sudan would finally have their own national government and […]

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Sudanese Death by Stoning | Intisar Abdalla



Sudanese Women at the Fistula Unit of Zalingei Hospital, Photo by UN

Ayanna Nahmias, Editor-in-Chief Last Modified: 23:53 PM EDT, 31 May 2012 KHARTOUM, Sudan – Intisar Sharif Abdalla, a young Sudanese woman has been sentenced to death by stoning for the alleged crime of adultery.  She was sentenced by an Ombada criminal court but is being held in the capital while her case is under appeal […]

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UNAMID Deputy Chief acts on her commitment to North Darfur returnees


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Darfur Woman

Originally posted on Database of Press Releases related to Africa – APO-Source:
    UNAMID Deputy Chief acts on her commitment to North Darfur returnees   EL FASHER (DARFUR), Sudan, February 15, 2012/African Press Organization (APO)/ — With the slaying of goats, the people of Kuma Garadyat today expressed their commitment to work with the…

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South Sudan. Newest Country. Newest Colony?



Guarded Sudanese Oil Field

10 July 2011 – Last year we reported on Land Grabs in Ethiopia and earlier this year we featured a post on Neo-Colonialism in Africa. Yesterday, South Sudan became an independent country poised to become the 193rd member of the United Nations.  Simultaneous to its creation representatives from multinational corporations have begun to pour into […]

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