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Journalists are banned from the Nuba mountains. This makes it extremely difficult for International media to cover the war and it’s impact on civilians. Nuba Reports brings together local journalists with professional editors and mentors in order to produce verifiable and compelling dispatches from the front lines.
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Fighting broke out in June 2011 between Sudan’s government and Nuban rebels. Nuba Reports was founded by people living in the region after journalists and NGOs were banned. Our goal is to provide Sudan and the International community with credible and compelling dispatches from the front lines of this conflict and to illuminate the war’s impact on civilians. more

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  • Darfur disarmament: Local leaders fear more war than peace
    31.08.2017
    Darfur disarmament: Local leaders fear more war than peace

    Darfur tribal leaders fear the recent government-led disarmament exercise in the region may lead to further conflict than peace. While the local representatives support the idea of disarmament, they believe…

  • Amidst official denial, cholera on the rise in Sudan
    23.08.2017
    Amidst official denial, cholera on the rise in Sudan

    A nationwide cholera epidemic in Sudan is expected to worsen during the current rainy season while authorities continue to deny the disease’s existence, the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors said….

  • sudan insider: SPLM-N political insecurity in Blue Nile continues, affects citizens
    31.07.2017
    sudan insider: SPLM-N political insecurity in Blue Nile continues, affects citizens

      SUDAN INSIDER This news summary is part of our Sudan Insider, a monthly newsletter providing news and analysis on Sudan’s biggest stories.  Subscribe here to receive the Sudan Insider in your inbox.  …………………………..  …

  • sudan insider: cholera across sudan rising
    31.07.2017
    sudan insider: cholera across sudan rising

      SUDAN INSIDER This news summary is part of our Sudan Insider, a monthly newsletter providing news and analysis on Sudan’s biggest stories.  Subscribe here to receive the Sudan Insider in your inbox.  …………………………….. Cholera…

  • sudan insider: sanctions decision postponed
    31.07.2017
    sudan insider: sanctions decision postponed

      SUDAN INSIDER This news summary is part of our Sudan Insider, a monthly newsletter providing news and analysis on Sudan’s biggest stories.  Subscribe here to receive the Sudan Insider in your inbox.  …………………………….. Sanctions…

  • South Darfur residents fear insecurity with militia control of police station
    25.07.2017
    South Darfur residents fear insecurity with militia control of police station

    A number of residents of Al-Masan’i neighbourhood in South Darfur State’s capital, Nyala, now fear deteriorating security conditions after a pro-government militia took over the state’s second largest police station…

  • Nuba people wary of U.S. proposal to lift sanctions
    11.07.2017
    Nuba people wary of U.S. proposal to lift sanctions

    By tomorrow, U.S. President Donald Trump will decide whether to lift near-20-year-old economic sanctions on Sudan based on recommendations by the State Department involving a five-track engagement process. Naturally, the…

  • Sudan Insider: SPLM-N rift: consensus in Nuba, conflict in Blue Nile
    05.07.2017
    Sudan Insider: SPLM-N rift: consensus in Nuba, conflict in Blue Nile

      SUDAN INSIDER This news summary is part of our Sudan Insider, a monthly newsletter providing news and analysis on Sudan’s biggest stories.  Subscribe here to receive the Sudan Insider in your inbox.  ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. SPLM-N…

  • Sudan Insider: Ceasefire aside, intermittent conflict and hunger persist in Two Areas
    05.07.2017
    Sudan Insider: Ceasefire aside, intermittent conflict and hunger persist in Two Areas

      SUDAN INSIDER This news summary is part of our Sudan Insider, a monthly newsletter providing news and analysis on Sudan’s biggest stories.  Subscribe here to receive the Sudan Insider in your inbox.  ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Ceasefire…

  • Sudan Insider: UNAMID force cut by one-third
    05.07.2017
    Sudan Insider: UNAMID force cut by one-third

      SUDAN INSIDER This news summary is part of our Sudan Insider, a monthly newsletter providing news and analysis on Sudan’s biggest stories.  Subscribe here to receive the Sudan Insider in your inbox.  ………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. UNAMID…

  • Sudanese women in the media: the majority with a minor voice
    15.06.2017
    Sudanese women in the media: the majority with a minor voice

    Landing an entry-level gig in a newsroom for Sudanese women is a an easy task but attaining higher positions once inside is near impossible, media organizations in Sudan have said….

  • The Nuba Mountain’s sixth anniversary to the conflict
    09.06.2017
    The Nuba Mountain’s sixth anniversary to the conflict

    This week, on June 6, marks the sixth anniversary to the conflict in the Nuba Mountains. A ceasefire announcement in January has provided much-needed respite for the civilians in the…

  • Al-Hilu accepts leadership role amidst SPLM-N rift
    07.06.2017
    Al-Hilu accepts leadership role amidst SPLM-N rift

    The current deputy chairman to the rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N), Abdelaziz Hilu, has agreed to temporarily assume leadership, according to a statement and sources on the ground. This…

  • sudan insider: Internal SPLM-N disputes affect Blue Nile, refugee camp
    01.06.2017
    sudan insider: Internal SPLM-N disputes affect Blue Nile, refugee camp

      SUDAN INSIDER This news summary is part of our Sudan Insider, a monthly newsletter providing news and analysis on Sudan’s biggest stories.  Subscribe here to receive the Sudan Insider in your inbox….

  • Sudan Insider: Sudan continues to import and export arms despite embargoes
    01.06.2017
    Sudan Insider: Sudan continues to import and export arms despite embargoes

      SUDAN INSIDER This news summary is part of our Sudan Insider, a monthly newsletter providing news and analysis on Sudan’s biggest stories.  Subscribe here to receive the Sudan Insider in your inbox….

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