An estimated 9,000 people have been killed and another 5.6 million forced to flee their homes. NPR has spoken to Sudanese from different walks of life to hear how they're coping.
The U.S sanctioned Sudanese paramilitary commander Abdelrahim Hamdan Dagalo over human rights abuses, while also announcing over $160 million in humanitarian aid for Sudan.
The exodus of more than 210,000 people from Sudan to Egypt since the war began in April highlights the deep ties that bind the countries — and Egypt's mixed legacy in Sudan.
As fighting in Sudan's capital continues to rage, experts say it's spilling over into the Darfur region and risks fully reigniting a conflict from the early 2000s that left hundreds of thousands dead.
The conflict has devastated health care: attacks on hospitals, threats against medical staff. Three Sudanese-American doctors share stories from their colleagues — and map out a plan for the future.
Sudan has suffered three internal wars spanning more than 40 years of its 67 years as a nation. Two rival generals are now battling in the capital Khartoum, raising fears of another ruinous conflict.
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Sudanese-American journalist Isma'il Kushkush about fleeing the violence in Khartoum.