If you’re like me and you are always hungry for more news about Sudan and constantly crave different views and news on Sudan, then be sure to check out the Reuters AlertNet list.
I am very thankful and humbled that Reuters included my blog as one of the best websites discussing Sudanese issues. I encourage my readers to check out every single other link on the list because they all offer great insights and news about Sudan that you will not find in mainstream media.
Here is the full Reuters AlertNet list of links and a little bit of information on what each one is about:
Sudan: Humanitarian snapshot map – ReliefWeb graphic
Making Sense of Darfur – Alex de Waal and others blog about the ICC ruling
Sudanese Optimist – a Sudanese citizen’s view plus lots of links to other bloggers in the “Sudanosphere”
Humanitarian Relief – former aid worker Michael Kleinman provides his take
Thirsty Palmetto – an aid worker’s view from south Sudan
Rob Crilly – freelance journalist writing about Sudan
Sudan Watch – frequently updated with news from a wide range of sources
Enough Project – blogs about Sudan and the ICC from anti-genocide group
Twitter updates from Andrew Heavens – Thomson Reuters journalist in Khartoum
And I second Ingrid Jones, author of Sudan Watch, “thank goodness they’ve not pointed their readers to American warmongers Eric Reeves and Nicholas Kristof.”
In addition to this great list, I highly recommend checking out all the other fantastic Sudanese bloggers for their take on Sudanese news and issues– a list can be found in my blogroll.
If you know of any other great blogs about Sudan, let me know and I will be glad to link to them.