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As Khartoum bombs civilians and cuts relief routes, residents huddle starving in caves.
General Abdulaziz Adam Al-Hilu says his rebels are fighting for regime change and democracy in Sudan.
The Yida camp is growing quickly as Khartoum bombs Nuban civilians, and deploys hunger as a weapon. Meanwhile, the international community shrugs.
But Sudan’s air power means Nuba Mountains will continue to be pounded.
Deep in South Kordofan, GlobalPost visits the unified opposition’s military commander, who vows to install “liberal values.”
Despite South Sudan’s withdrawal, tensions remain high along the disputed boundary.
In the shade of a mango tree, the south's VP proclaims 'There is no ceasefire.'
South Sudan withdraws troops from Heglig after bombardment by Sudan. Will peace last?
South Sudan announces it will give up control of Heglig oilfields on troubled border with Sudan.
Bingu wa Mutharika spurned economic advice but was hurt by hospital shortages.
Nairobi's first microbrewery targets growing middle class with craft beers.
Why is there a new round of upheavals in the West African region?
Military leader Bosco Ntaganda wanted for war crimes, but will his arrest trigger instability in eastern Congo?
African Union joins ECOWAS in imposing harsh restrictions on Mali's coup leaders. Tuareg rebels get sanctions, too.
Group spreads through partnerships in Saharan and sub-Saharan Africa according to new study.
Mali's turmoil threatens historic city that houses precious manuscripts 1,000 years old.
West African leaders slap punitive sanctions on Mali's "accidental coup."
The two Sudans remain precariously close to outright conflict with no resolution in sight.
Tiny fossil shows previously missing link between ape and man.
Rambling rasta man headed for Al Shabaab center of Kismayo is detained but it's not clear what he was up to.