TWEET: Why such preposterous lies from Khartoum strongman al-Bashir? Is here appealing to the Russians for military help? Is this a nod to military hardliners in his regime? Or is it a sign of panic at the collapsing of the Sudanese economy?
President Omar al-Bashir making his worldly rounds (2016), despite being indicted by the ICC for genocide and crimes against humanity. Here, in Egypt, he stands next to former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, responsible for so many terrible decisions about Sudan policy on the part of the Obama administration (both men are circled in […]
TWEET: Sudan ranks 174 out of 178 in the “World Press Freedom Index” (Reporters Without Borders, 2017); this is evidently of no concern to the EU or U.S. as they seek rapprochement with a genocidal regime:
Khartoum regime seeking to destroy press freedoms entirely, and is well on its way to success; no meaningful international condemnation from the U.S., the Europeans, the UN, the Africa Union, India, Japan, Canada, the countries of Latin America…
TWEET: The critical problem for the displaced in Darfur and eastern Chad is return of farmlands and reparations: the UN and international community give no signs of being willing to say this explicitly
#Cholera In #Sudan: Despite a temporary decline, it’s now clear that cholera—a highly contagious disease—has become endemic in Sudan: international silence continues, with UN WHO and OCHA particularly culpable
Cholera victim in Darfur: will she live or die?
Khartoum regime scrambles to explain massive decline in Sudanese Pound: desperate accusations ignore basic economic realities in Sudan: “Sudan’s central bank blames US dollar price rise on gold companies” | Sudan Tribune | November 19, 2017 (KHARTOUM) http://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?article64040
Despite dramatic under-reporting by UNAMID, it is clear that sexual violence remains widespread in Darfur Because of the failures of UNAMID—to halt or even report adequately–sexual violence remains pervasive throughout Darfur. Non-Arab/African girls and women are inevitably the targets. See | Continuing Mass Rape of Girls in Darfur: The most heinous crime generates no international […]
TWEET: Blaming the Victims in Darfur | November 17, 2017: “No return of IDPs to their areas despite violence reduction in Darfur: UN official” | Sudan Tribune | November 18, 2017 (KHARTOUM) | http://www.sudantribune.com/spip.php?article64032
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