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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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Reports

  • The Scars that Remain: Life without an arm
    18.11.2013
    The Scars that Remain: Life without an arm

    Rauda Armani Kori has been out of the hospital now for more than four months. She has returned to her life, her daily work in her farm and her tea…

  • On the Ground Update: Fighting Season Begins
    04.11.2013
    On the Ground Update: Fighting Season Begins

    Bombings have more than doubled in South Kordofan as the rains end and troops begin to maneuver in advance of the fighting season. Over the past month, Nuba Reports journalists…

  • The Bombing Campaign
    21.10.2013
    The Bombing Campaign

    When Antonovs hover in the skies above the Nuba Mountains, people hear them from miles away. The shallow buzz of the warplanes emerges slowly from the distance and eventually envelopes…

  • Where Else Can We Go?
    18.10.2013
    Where Else Can We Go?

    One morning in the Nuba Mountains, Salma El-Baddry set off on the most difficult journey of her life. It was nearly two years since bombs began falling – nearly every…

  • Protests Sweep Through Sudan
    27.09.2013
    Protests Sweep Through Sudan

    An estimated 200 people have been killed by government forces in protests spreading across Sudan, according to activists and sources within the country. More than 120 of those deaths came…

  • Nine Children Killed by Unexploded RPG
    24.07.2013
    Nine Children Killed by Unexploded RPG

    9 children were killed and 5 injured Wednesday, July 24, when a rocket propelled grenade detonated just outside the town of Cham Chaka in Sudan’s South Kordofan state. There is…

  • Surge in Fighting as Humanitarian Negotiations Begin
    16.07.2013
    Surge in Fighting as Humanitarian Negotiations Begin

    Violence in South Kordofan continues as representatives from the SPLM-North meet with Sudanese officials in Addis Ababa to discuss humanitarian access in the war torn region.

  • Near Miss in Kauda Bombing
    12.06.2013
    Near Miss in Kauda Bombing

    “I could hear the jets coming and then I could hear the bombs falling and I closed my eyes.” On Sunday, June 9, at around 9:30am two Sudan Air Force…

  • Student injured in Kauda Primary School Bombing
    16.05.2013
    Student injured in Kauda Primary School Bombing

    “We all ran to the bomb shelters but Kodi got scared when he heard the bombs falling and got up and started running,” Two people were wounded when four bombs…

  • SPLA-N Attack on Um Barmbeita Repulsed by Militias, SAF
    07.05.2013
    SPLA-N Attack on Um Barmbeita Repulsed by Militias, SAF

    A combination of armed militias and Sudanese government forces repelled an SPLA-N offensive in the northern part of South Kordofan State just over one week after the two forces clashed…

  • The Battle of Daldoka
    28.03.2013
    The Battle of Daldoka

    On December 10th, the rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Army – North (SPLM-N) engaged the Sudanese Armed Forces – SAF – in a battle for Daldoka, around 16 kilometers outside Kadugli.

  • Thousands Flee Yida Camp, Fear Return After Clashes
    20.03.2013
    Thousands Flee Yida Camp, Fear Return After Clashes

    More than 7,000 refugees are now camped at Jau – along the border of Sudan and South Sudan – after fleeing armed clashes in the Yida refugee camp.

  • Fire Destroys 80 Houses in Yida Refugee Camp
    04.03.2013
    Fire Destroys 80 Houses in Yida Refugee Camp

    At least 80 homes were destroyed in South Sudan’s Yida Refugee Camp, after a fire erupted in a southern neighborhood. The fire broke out on February 26 around 6pm in…

  • Sudan Armed Forces Offensive Repulsed Near Capital, 5 Tanks Captured
    13.12.2012
    Sudan Armed Forces Offensive Repulsed Near Capital, 5 Tanks Captured

    The Sudan People’s Liberation Army-North (SPLA-N) rebels repulsed a major offensive by the Sudanese army outside of Kadugli, the besieged state capital, capturing five tanks and destroying one other, according…

  • 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…

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BOMBS DROPPED ON CIVILIAN TARGETS SINCE APRIL 2012