As the 2011 referendum approaches, can the Southern People's Liberation Movement convince politicians and army commanders who have defected from the movement that they have a future in a new nation?
Development is a double-edged sword in Sudan's southern capital of Juba, which has undergone a massive transformation since the 2005 Comprehensive Peace Agreement.
Just months before Sudan's secession referendum, displaced southerners are being harassed for brewing a traditional drink called marissa.
One girl's struggle to escape a child marriage in Sudan.
Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Luis Moreno-Ocampo urges American policymakers to take the lead in apprehension efforts, Sudan peace agreement.
On her first day back in Khartoum, where she is reporting on the upcoming 2011 referendum on independence for South Sudan, Rebecca Hamilton was detained by security agents for six hours.
A political battle over oil resources and border demarcation is jeopardizing the upcoming referendum on South Sudan independence and could renew a decades-long civil war between the north and the south.
As the referendum on southern secession approaches, northern Sudanese express frustrations over U.S. neglect as well as anger over American recognition of flawed election results.
Students have braved arrests and torture in their efforts to bring democracy to Sudan through nonviolent protests and social media.
Sudan's Abyei region, considered a microcosm of the Sudanese struggle for national identity, will likely be critical to the success or failure of a North-South peace deal.
After five years of marriage against her will, a 16-year-old Iraqi refugee in Sudan speaks out.
For southerners in Khartoum, displacement has both drawbacks and advantages.