One Sudanese American rapper has been so affected by the brutal conflict in Sudan, that he has turned to what he knows best — music — to express his sense of loss and frustration.
There is no sign of a peaceful resolution to the conflict in Sudan. Millions of Sudanese civilians continue to be displaced as the country teeters on the brink of full-scale civil war.
In Port Sudan, Jeddah, Aswan and Cairo, people have sought safety from the fighting in Khartoum. After making difficult decisions and journeys, the biggest challenges for many are only beginning.
The Sudanese city of Port Sudan has been overwhelmed by people trying to flee the growing conflict in the country and make their way by ship across the Red Sea to the Saudi city of Jeddah.
NPR's Leila Fadel talks to Sudanese-American journalist Isma'il Kushkush about fleeing the violence in Khartoum.
The violence in Sudan has claimed the life of a beloved Sudanese American doctor. One of his colleague's talks about Dr. Sulieman's legacy — and the devastating toll of the fighting in Khartoum.
With fighting continuing between rival generals, thousands are fleeing the country and embassies have shut. U.N. Secretary General António Guterres warns the violence may spread to other countries.
As foreign governments airlifted hundreds of their diplomats and other citizens from Sudan, Sudanese on Monday desperately sought ways to escape the chaos amid fears fighting will only escalate.
After close to two weeks of fighting and a failed attempt at an internationally-brokered cease-fire, most of its hospitals are shut down and inaccessible.
As rival military factions fight on the streets of Sudan's capital, three women describe what life is like for them. "I think we can die at any time. Nobody can feel safe in Khartoum now," one says.
We spoke to Dr. Ghazali Babiker, country director for Médecins Sans Frontières in Sudan, who is in Khartoum. He offered a grim assessment of the impact of fighting on the ability to give health care.
Sudan's military and a powerful paramilitary force battled fiercely in the capital and other areas, dealing a new blow to hopes for a transition to democracy and raising fears of a wider conflict.
Fighting erupted Saturday morning in Khartoum and continued into the night. The violence between two rival factions of Sudan's armed forces has spread to other regions, including Darfur.