Asmaa El-Husseini 's Articles

After supporting the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, EU states maintain a keen interest in the future of north and south Sudan, says official

Violence on the border between Sudan and South Sudan has created hundreds of thousands of refugees and risks pushing the states to war, warned experts

North and South Sudanese ambassadors to Egypt offer differing views on South Sudan president’s recent visit to Israel

Demonstrators in Cairo protest Israel's controversial decision to close wooden access ramp to Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque compound

Sudanese opposition leader and prominent Islamist, Hassan al-Turabi, will pay a visit to Egypt on Tuesday, the first in 23 years

Ministers in the interim Cabinet will be unable to make decisions that affect the country's future without the president's approval

The North's commitment to respect the South's will for independence is underlined by visiting northern dignitaries to Juba on the new state's first day

While southern and northern delegates expressed rare positivism after agreements on Abyei and other disputed regions, economic problems still linger as well as the future of southerners in the north

Sudanese opposition leaders declare to Ahram Online their support for El-Fiqi for secretary-general of Arab League, calling the Bashir government’s quick rejection undiplomatic and unsound

Egyptian medics witness catastrophic conditions in Libya and ask for help: Gaddafi’s brigades use cluster bombs and banned weapons; corpses are booby-trapped; food supplies have run out; civilians, hospitals are targets

Clashes break out in Darfur between government forces and allied rebel groups

The decision by South Sudan's electoral commission to rewrite the voter list in south Kordofan has been met with much approval by the SPLM, after complaints that the list did not incorporate the entire population

As counting of votes in cession referendum nears its end, advisor to south Sudan's leader says south hopes to build good ties with north but that some issues must be resolved