The Secretary’s Report on Whether the Government of Sudan Has Sustained the Positive Actions That Gave Rise to E.O. 13761 (2017) Share

Report Bureau of African Affairs October 12, 2017 On January 13, 2017, the President issued Executive Order (E.O.) 13761 (“Recognizing Positive Actions by the Government of Sudan and Providing for the Revocation of Certain Sudan-Related Sanctions”), which was subsequently amended by E.O. 13804 of July 11, 2017 (“Allowing Additional Time for Recognizing Positive Actions by

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U.S. Lifts Sanctions on Sudan, Ending two Decades of Embargo

The United States permanently lifted a raft of sanctions on Sudan Friday, saying the African nation had begun addressing concerns on fighting terrorism as well as human rights abuses against civilians in the country’s Darfur region. The decision to lift the sanctions and end an economic embargo against Sudan comes after the Trump administration last

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US Ready to Lift Sanctions on Sudan, Says official

October 6, 2017 The United States is preparing to lift the decades-long economic sanctions on Sudan after it has seen improvements in the country’s human rights and progress in counter-terrorism measures, a US official said yesterday. “The Donald Trump administration is expected to announce its decision soon, possibly on Friday,” the official added. Shortly before

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North Korea is Losing its Friends in Africa

  Written by Lily Kuo October 05, 2017 Quartz africa African countries are distancing themselves from an old partner. Sudan has reportedly cut off ties with North Korea, the result of negotiations with the United States over lifting sanctions on Khartoum, officials told the Financial Times. That follows Uganda, which announced the end of ties

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Sudan Agrees to Open Humanitarian Corridor toward South Sudan

Juba, Oct 5 (Prensa Latina) Sudan agreed to open an humanitarian corridor to aid victims of hunger and war in South Sudan, said today Paul Dhel Gum, acting Chairman of the South Sudan Relief and Rehabilitation Commission. The corridor will start at the border point in Awiel and envisages the transportation of some 1000 tons

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