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December 26, 2018 update  |  https://wp.me/p45rOG-2kH

First posted December 20, 2018, 10:​45​ EST | https://wp.me/p45rOG-2kh 

We now have a great many reports of the violence, arrests, and news censorship over the past several days. The latter include...

The UN, the African Union, the “Troika” (Norway, the UK, and the U.S.), and the rest of the international community continue to pretend that peace can come to Darfur in the absence of safe returns by displaced persons and refugees, as well as the restoration of agricul...

Military efforts by the National Islamic Front/National Congress Party regime in Darfur continue to be animated by the ambition articulated with such brutal forcefulness by former Janjaweed militia leader Musa Hilal:

The ultimate objective in Darfur is spelled out in an...

Cholera was first reported in Sudan in August 2016, during an outbreak in Blue Nile State. The deadly disease spread to nearly all Sudan’s eighteen states and continues to be reported in Darfur, where the number of cases has risen and fallen for months. As recently as...

Lest any think that ethnically-targeted violence in Darfur has ended, recent dispatches from Radio Dabanga and other sources should serve as a sharp correction. Khartoum’s regular forces (Sudan Armed Forces/SAF), as well as its militia allies (especially the Rapid Supp...

The most recent Report of the Secretary-General on the African Union-United Nations Hybrid Operation in Darfur (UNAMID) offers up a familiar diet of truths, half-truth, and outright distortions and misrepresentations. It is a “feel good” document, designed to convince...

At the moment in which the Darfur genocide has entered it final phase—as Khartoum uses the completion of its “disarmament” campaign as an excuse to accelerate pressure on displaced persons to leave camps threatened with dismantling—the African Union has chosen to resum...

It is crucial to understand the deep connection between the two dispatches below from Radio Dabanga concerning displaced persons in Darfur: they highlight UNAMID’s decision to become complicit in the final phase of the Darfur genocide, as conceived by the Khartoum regi...

The headline in a dispatch from Radio Dabanga obliges us to ask about the issue of international humanitarian access in Sudan, one that has been little discussed since the preliminary (January 2017) and permanent (October 2017) lifting of U.S. economic sanctions by the...

Today’s report from Radio Dabanga is at once harrowing and deeply revealing (see below). The Central Bank of Sudan, which has only an exceedingly small amount of foreign exchange currency (Forex), has banned any non-governmental agent or business from using its own For...