UNITED NATIONS -- Citing "disturbing" circumstances in Sudan ahead of national elections, the United States said Thursday that it would consider supporting a brief delay in the voting for the sake of greater credibility.
New Threats Loom in Darfur Five years after the Darfur conflict began, the nature of violence has changed dramatically. The one-sided government campaign against non-Arabs is now a complex free-for-all fight that is jeopardizing the relief mission to more than 2.5 million displaced civilians across the desert region.
From the Archives Post photographer Jahi Chikwendiu traveled to Darfur in 2004 to document
Sudan's humanitarian crisis and life in the region's refugee camps.
A Complicated Crisis As the chaos in Darfur, Sudan, extends into neighboring Chad, a rapidly increasing number of civilians are becoming caught in a violent conflict between a complicated web of rebel forces.
Rally For Darfur Thousands gathered April 30 on the National Mall to protest the genocide in Sudan.