"There are many people coming in everyday with many different diseases and there is no medicine, by the end of the day you would have treated 40 to 50 patients," said Zahir Babiker, a doctor working at Yabous hospital, which is housed in a makeshift straw-thatched hut.Read More »
- Urging the Sudanese authorities, to either charge Emad Al Sadig Ismael Hamdoun with a recognizable offence or immediately release him;
- Urging them to ensure that he is not subjected to torture and other ill-treatment while in detention;
- Calling on them to give him access to lawyers of his own choosing and allow him visits from his family. Read More »
SORGE UM STUDENTEN
- AFR 54/3097/2015
- 18. Dezember 2015
EMAD AL SADIG ISMAEL HAMDOUN, 24-jähriger Student
NEWS & ANALYSIS
Why are Sudan & Senegal fighting in Yemen?
What are African countries really doing in Yemen?
7 May 2015
When Egyptian president Gamal Abdel Nasser deployed tens of thousands of troops in Yemen in the mid 1960s for several years to support a nationalist coup modelled on his own, ‘It was a bloody and fruitless experience that historians call “Egypt’s Vietnam,”’ asThe New York Timesrecently wrote.
Will the current Saudi-led military intervention in Yemen of 10 mostly Arab, Muslim states – including Egypt – come one day to be known, for the same reason, as their Iraq? The other states are Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Morocco, Jordan, Sudan and Senegal.Read More »
Tutu bemoans Bashir entry into SA
Wed, 17 Jun 2015 6:57 AM
Archbishop Desmond Tutu said Tuesday that some of the most powerful nations' refusal to comply with the International Criminal Court had created an environment for South Africa to allow Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir into, and out of, the country.
"These powerful nations have created the rationale for the South African government to allow al-Bashir into the country despite the international warrant of arrest hanging over his head, and then to allow him to travel home despite a South African High Court order to the contrary," said a statement issued by his foundation.Read More »