The Christian woman whose apostasy death sentence was overturned is doing well after the US embassy in Khartoum gave the family refuge.
Meriam Ibrahim has been rearrested with her husband and two children at Khartoum airport a day after the appeal court ordered her release.
Meriam Ibrahim, who was imprisoned for marrying a Christian and sentenced to 100 lashes and hanging for apostasy, has been released.
A Christian Sudanese woman sentenced to death for apostasy has given birth in jail, effectively giving her a two-year reprieve to nurse her child.
Gas-rich Qatar says it will contribute to the Darfur Development Strategy, which aims to help the war-devastated region become more self-reliant.
An activist said the event was denied despite President Omar al-Bashir's vow that freedoms should be respected.
The UN's World Food Programme says about 20 000 people have been displaced by fresh unrest in Sudan's Darfur region.
An Ethiopian teenager who says she was raped by seven men last August, now faces a possible sentence of death by stoning.
A report says state authorities have either turned a blind eye or colluded with perpetrators in the kidnapping and abuse of Eritrean refugees.
Civil war looms after rebels spurn a proposal to end the violence raging across South Sudan.
Thousands of African refugees have gone on strike against the Israeli government's "criminalisation" and "dehumanisation" of asylum seekers.
Delegates from South Sudan's warring factions are expected to meet for talks in the Ethiopian capital on Sunday.
US aircraft have come under fire while trying to evacuate Americans from the conflict in South Sudan.
It is not the Arab Spring, but it looks a lot like it.
Ballots have been counted in an unofficial referendum in the flashpoint Abyei region to decide if it lies in Sudan or South Sudan.
Residents of the Abyei region, claimed by both Sudan and South Sudan, have voted in an unofficial referendum to decide which country they belong to.
"Al-Intibaha", Sudan's most popular newspaper and critic of government, has been ordered to stop publishing.
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir, who faces international war crimes charges, could shake things up if he shows up at UN general assembly.