The US and France have bolstered military strength across vast areas of Africa. But the interest is also driven by Western strategic calculations.
Africa is a leading continent in stopping chemical warfare – so what’s happening in Sudan?
Selassie’s family say Ibrahim Abboud, former president of Sudan, and his family put the watch up for sale with Christie’s
Known in their 1970s heyday as the "Sudanese Supremes"
Sudan is a popular passage for undocumented immigrants from the Horn of African nation headed for Italy
The 850 troops will end operations on April 15, according to UN sources, as the friendship between the leaders of both countries continues to blossom.
Bashir's star rises higher as shakes hands on stronger ties with S. Africa’s Zuma in China; plans US visit
It's proving a bumper year for the formerly ostracised leader—reelection, friends in high places, lots of travel…will it end with a seat at the UN?
China's Xi calls Bashir, for whom it built a palace, an 'old friend' as Sudanese leader makes rare long-distance trip
Visiting president is indicted for war crimes by the International Criminal Court, with Washington 'expressing concern' over journey.
Temperatures were as high as 47 degrees Celsius (117 degrees Fahrenheit) in parts of southern Egypt over the past week.
Sudan's unlikely state-of-the-art heart surgery hospital giving a second chance to patients from all over the world
The Salam centre opened in 2007 and has done 6,800 operations, funded by the Sudanese government and international donors
Government officials worked round the clock to assure visiting president of 'maximum protection' by any means necessary, new reports say.
Sometimes being president means you can hang out in the most unlikely of places, with the most likely of people.
Mystery of aborted Kenya presidential flight deepens as Eritrea denies role, adds to list of African mid-flight drama
No one quite knows what happened to Uhuru Kenyatta’s flight to the United States.
Because the Sudanese electoral commission is barely independent, effectively Bashir was counting his own votes.
The election has been boycotted by the opposition, and criticised by the international community but Khartoum insists vote is 'historic'.
Research finds that the appetite for Beijing's money by the continent is because it can be used as leaders see fit--including to keep rivals at bay.
If he can match the regard Nasser had further south, the former general will have pulled off a feat close to that of building the Pyramid of Giza.
Khartoum officials have in recent weeks set up camp in Washington, as they seek American favour once more.
Rape as a weapon of war has a long history in the troubled region, with soldiers fingered for the latest accusations