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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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  • A Hidden Hunger: Life in the Caves of the Nuba Mountains
    20.11.2012
    A Hidden Hunger: Life in the Caves of the Nuba Mountains

    Marriam Teia pointed to a bag of grain near the doorway of her home, a small inlet in the caves of the Nuba Mountains. “This is the last sack for…

  • Aerial Attacks Dramatically Increase in South Kordofan
    02.11.2012
    Aerial Attacks Dramatically Increase in South Kordofan

    The month of October has seen a significant escalation of aerial bombardment by the Sudanese government in Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) controlled areas of South Kordofan. Nuba Reports journalists…

  • 25.10.2012
    Fighting Intensifies around Kadugli

    The Sudan People’s Liberation Army-North (SPLA-N) launched attacks against the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) in Kadugli and the nearby SAF-controlled towns Lahamar, Um Shoran, and Liri on October 23rd. SPLA-N…

  • New Video Shows Abu Tira Attacking South Kordofan Village
    17.10.2012
    New Video Shows Abu Tira Attacking South Kordofan Village

    Nuba Reports has obtained cell phone footage of uniformed men attacking and burning the village of Gardud al Badry, a small farming community in northeastern South Kordofan. The video, shot…

  • Hunger in the Nuba Mountains
    01.10.2012
    Hunger in the Nuba Mountains

    In a small hospital in the Nuba Mountains, Dr. Raphael Veicht, a physician with Cap Anamur Emergency Doctors, has seen a sharp increase in malnourished children over the past five…

  • Bombing in Heiban
    27.09.2012
    Bombing in Heiban

    On Thursday, September 27th, Sudan government planes dropped six bombs in Heiban near a bustling weekly marketplace. More than 2,000 people gather each Thursday at the bizarre, one of the…

  • With Broken Promises From Khartoum, SPLM-N Holds Historic Meeting in Nuba Mountains
    30.08.2012
    With Broken Promises From Khartoum, SPLM-N Holds Historic Meeting in Nuba Mountains

    More than 200 leaders of the SPLM-N convened in the Nuba Mountains this week to address numerous issues critical to the conflicted South Kordofan and Blue Nile regions of Sudan….

  • Torture Unveiled: Escaped Prisoner Speaks of Atrocities in Kadugli Prison
    20.08.2012
    Torture Unveiled: Escaped Prisoner Speaks of Atrocities in Kadugli Prison

    “we will not waste a bullet on you… but we will leave you starving to death…” Abdu Rahman is one of nine men who escaped Kadugli Prison in the South…

  • Parties Sign Humanitarian Aid Agreement
    06.08.2012
    Parties Sign Humanitarian Aid Agreement

    On August 4, the African Union, League of Arab States and United Nations signed an agreement with the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement- North to broaden humanitarian access in Sudan. This…

  • Eyewitness Accounts of the Match Battalion
    19.07.2012
    Eyewitness Accounts of the Match Battalion

    New revelations about the cellular phone video obtained from the pockets of a slain Popular Defense Force (PDF) soldier strongly suggest it was the Sudan Forces who set fire to…

  • Number of Refugees Grows to 65,000
    10.07.2012
    Number of Refugees Grows to 65,000

    Food shortages in Southern Kordofan have forced more than 65,000 refugees into a camp in Yida, South Sudan. In the past two months, the camp has seen an escalation from…

  • 24.06.2012
    Protest in Sudan’s Capital Continues

    On June 24, thousands of Sudanese people took to the streets of Khartoum, shouting, “Down with the regime!” On Sunday, June 17th, students began gathering at the University of Khartoum…

  • Sudan’s Military Continues Attacks Against Buram County
    23.06.2012
    Sudan’s Military Continues Attacks Against Buram County

    “We don’t know where it came from, it just came from nowhere and surprised us” On March 15, four MiG fighter planes and two Antonov planes dropped bombs over Angolo…

  • The Match Battalion
    11.06.2012
    The Match Battalion

    Eyes and Ears Nuba reporters have secured video footage of uniformed men torching Um Bartumbu, a village in Southern Kordofan. The footage comes from a cell phone that the Sudan…

  • People in the Nuba Mountains Support Protesters
    05.06.2012
    People in the Nuba Mountains Support Protesters

    “I hope these protests continue until we get our rights.” A peaceful protest by university students in Khartoum on June 16th has spread throughout Sudan, with mass numbers of citizens…

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