Sudan: Eleven newspapers seized in less than a week

Recent articles in Sudan

Sudan tightens cybercrime law as army pursues “fake news”

Sudan’s joint civilian and military transitional government amended the cybercrime law in July making it more punitive, while the army recently appointed a commissioner with the mandate to sue online army critics.

Press freedom in Sudan still in transition

Changes in Sudan’s media landscape are insignificant and despite the installation of a civilian-led government, the remnants of Bashir’s 30 years of dictatorial rule linger on.

Sudan’s former president Omar Al Bashir may face trial for crimes

Sudan’s rulers have agreed to cooperate with the International Criminal Court to bring former leader Omar al-Bashir to justice.