July 1st was the start of Susan Rice’s new position as National Security Advisor to President Obama, marking the end of her term as Ambassador to the UN.
Two years ago, citizens in South Sudan began waiting in lines for hours to vote in a referendum over whether South Sudan should be an independent nation
Sudan has set up a blockade of humanitarian aid, putting hundreds of thousands of people in South Kordofan & Blue Nile at risk of starvation.
A man-made catastrophe is taking place in Sudan and addressing it requires imposing consequences on Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir.
Dan Sullivan reports from Juba, South Sudan on the mixed blessing that heavy rains bring for the population affected by violence in Sudan.
United to End Genocide President Tom Andrews on getting arrested with George Clooney for civil disobedience at the Embassy of Sudan.
The story of Saleh Kora and her three children. Because of Bashir’s attacks, Saleh and her family were forced to flee their home in Sudan.
In an interview with Voice Of America’s Vincent Makori, Dan Sullivan discusses what he witnessed and heard during his visit to South Sudan.
On a trip to South Sudan I met men, women, and children in a refugee camp where footprints in the sand mark the signs of human suffering.
Pulitzer prize winning New York Times columnist Nick Kristof brings attention to the atrocities now happening in Sudan’s Nuba Mountains.
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