The World's Katy Clark speaks with Mohammed Ahmed, a physician in Darfur who runs a treatment center for victims of torture. His clinic was shut down by the Sudanese president's decision to expel some foreign aid agencies from Darfur.
Aid agencies in Sudan today warned that the five-year-old peace deal between north and south Sudan could collapse. Reporter Alan Boswell finds out what's going wrong with the 2005 peace deal that ended a generation of conflict.
An oil-rich area on the border between northern and southern Sudan is adding to already tense relations that exist between the Sudanese government and southern leaders. Anchor Lisa Mullins finds out more from Rebecca Hamilton.
Sudan may soon be split into two separate nations now that a vote for southern independence is over. Preliminary results from last week's referendum showed huge support for secession by south Sudanese voters. Matthew Brunwasser has more.