How the hashtag is helping people stay alive in Sudan
The hashtag is back and making a big difference.
On May 22, 2023 by Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
Social media is helping raise awareness about massacres in Sudan
Sudan is in the middle of a revolution, and a social media campaign is playing a part.
On Jun 12, 2019 by Katie Balevic
Facebook left a child bride auction up for 15 days
The post remained online for 15 days
On Nov 20, 2018 by Mikael Thalen
Lawsuit against Trump immigration decision cites ‘sh*thole countries’ remark
'These American children should not have to choose between their country and their family.'
On Mar 12, 2018 by David Gilmour
Gay Middle Easterners tell U.N. Security Council about living in fear of ISIS
The council heard primarily from gay Middle Eastern men who fear persecution at the hands of ISIS.
On Aug 24, 2015 by Mary Emily O'Hara
Hacking Team sold spy tools to oppressive Sudanese government
The controversial software firm counted a homicidal regime among its clients.
On Jul 6, 2015 by Dell Cameron
Drones are letting scientists study the Nubian pyramids from a new perspective
We're still learning about these 2,700-year-old Sudanese pyramids.
On May 25, 2015 by Gavia Baker-Whitelaw
Tor forced to reject ‘major financial donation’ due to U.S. law
“There are many battles Tor can fight. This is not one of them.”
On Jun 19, 2014 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
Protesters are dodging Sudan’s Internet shutdown with a phone-powered crowdmap
Despite the attempt to cut off communications, a group of tech-savvy people based in Khartoum have developed a workaround.
On Sep 28, 2013 by [email protected]
Sudan latest nation to use Internet blackout as weapon against own citizens
In shutting off its entire national Internet connection, Sudan joined Egypt, Libya, Burma, and Syria in an attempt to quell unrest by effectively muting the voices of its citizens
On Sep 26, 2013 by Curt Hopkins
Pakistan blocks YouTube over controversial anti-Islamic video
Citing "indecent material," the country is denying access to YouTube after the Google-owned company refused to remove a controversial video that sparked protests across the Muslim world.
On Sep 17, 2012 by Kevin Morris