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A call for charges against Sudan

The chief prosecutor at the International Criminal Court in The Hague said today Sudan's "entire state structure" is involved in the crimes in Darfur, and Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Michael Scharf

Arts, Culture & Media

Remembering a Sudanese author

Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with Peter Nazareth of the University of Iowa about Sudanese author Tayeb Salih. One of Tayeb Salih's books has been hailed as "the most important Arabic novel of the 20th century." He died this week at the age of 80.

Global Politics

Treating mental illness in Sudan

Traditionally, when people in Sudan suffer mental illness, they seek out exorcists and other spiritual healers. A number of patients are also seeing Western-style psychiatrists and psychologists. The result is a tense rapprochement. Hana Baba reports.

Global Politics

South Sudan's returnees

Decades of civil war in Sudan have driven many people from their homes. But many have returned in recent years. Sean Carberry reports on returnees in Juba, the capital of south Sudan, about their lives in exile, and the challenges of going home.