Sudan: Where Rape Became the Cheapest Weapon

In a country headed by an internationally wanted war criminal, in a country divided internally by race, religion, and gender, civil wars have become an accepted destiny.  For more than 50 years of independence, Sudan has never witnessed peace; except for a few short years.  When the longest and most brutal civil war in South…

 Nuba Women Struggle in Two Years of War

August, 2013 Report by: Arry organization for human rights and Nuba Women Activists Group and Sudanese WHRDS Project Introduction: Nuba mountains is in the southern of Sudan, in Southern Kordofan state. The peoples of Nuba mountains are one of the African indigenous peoples in Sudan. The Nuba ethnicity is consist of 100 tribes, their population…