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The Sentry Statement: Significant Step Toward Peace in South Sudan

The formation of a power-sharing government is a significant and positive step in the South Sudan peace process. Finally, after many false starts, the hopes of millions of South Sudanese for peace and stability are within reach ...
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عاجل: ارتباط صفقات الأسمدة وعمليات التحايل عن طريق القروض في السودان بالأشخاص المطّلعين على أسرار نظام حكم البشير السابق

تقرير استقصائي جديد " ذئاب القروض" من ذا سنتري يكشف مخططات تشمل ابن الرئيس السوداني السابق المعزول ومسؤولين حكوميين ووسطاء في دول الخليج ...
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BREAKING: Fertilizer Deals and Loan Scams in Sudan Linked to Former Bashir Regime Insiders

New Investigative Report “Loan Wolves” by The Sentry Exposes Schemes Involving Son of Deposed Sudanese President Bashir, Government Officials, and Gulf Middlemen ...
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Breaking: Sudan to send Omar Al-Bashir to ICC

A top Sudanese official has announced that transitional authorities and rebel groups have agreed that Sudan will hand over former president Omar al-Bashir to the International Criminal Court (ICC) for war crimes ...
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Just Security Op-ed: Sudan’s Push for Removal from U.S. Terror List: Not a Panacea

This op-ed originally appeared in Just Security and was written by Hilary Mossberg,  AML/CFT Advisor for Africa for The Sentry, and John Prendergast, Co-Founder of The Sentry ...
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Sudan Tribune Op-ed: Stop Darfur’s Bleeding

This op-ed originally appeared in  Sudan Tribune and was authored by Dr. Suliman Baldo, Senior Advisor to the Enough Project ...
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Breaking: Sudan Investigation into Darfur Crimes Lauded

Sudan has opened an investigation into crimes committed in Darfur going back to 2003 by members of the regime of former president Omar al-Bashir, the state prosecutor Tagelsir al-Heber announced today ...
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Medium Op-ed: The Verdict Is In: Missing Millions Must Be Found and Returned

This op-ed originally appeared on Medium and was written by Denisse Rudich and Tom Keatinge ...
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BREAKING: U.S. Sanctions Senior South Sudanese Officials for Obstructing Peace Process

The Sentry and the Enough Project laud the action today by the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) as it sanctioned two individuals for expanding or extending the conflict in South Sudan including by obstructing the reconciliation process or peace talks ...
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The Sentry and Enough Project Statement: Dramatically Increased Pressure and Diplomacy Needed to Advance Peace in South Sudan

In advance of the critical IGAD-hosted meeting on the state borders dispute in South Sudan, the international community should begin preparations to dramatically increase the pressure on any spoilers in the event that the negotiations fail to generate progress ...
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