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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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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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US Should Accelerate Process to Remove Sudan from Terrorism List and Impose Network Sanctions on Spoilers Undermining Peace in the Country

US Should Accelerate Process to Remove Sudan from Terrorism List and Impose Network Sanctions on Spoilers Undermining Peace in the Country ...
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BREAKING: U.S. Sanctions Individuals Linked to Killing of South Sudan Human Rights Activists Dong Samuel and Aggrey Idri

The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced a new set of sanctions today, including actions against five individuals responsible for the abduction and murder of two South Sudanese human rights activists in 2017, Dong Samuel and Aggrey Idri ...
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New Report by The Sentry Details Impact of Sanctions in Sub-Saharan Africa

In-Depth Study Documents Successes and Challenges of Targeted Network Sanctions and Presents Recommendations to Increase Effectiveness ...
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Breaking Investigative Report: The Sentry Reveals “Oligarch” Al-Cardinal as Major Enabler of Corruption and Violence in South Sudan

An investigative report published today by The Sentry, “Al-Cardinal: South Sudan’s Original Oligarch” spotlights the business activities of Ashraf Seed Ahmed Hussein Ali, widely known as Al-Cardinal, a Sudanese businessman who has mastered the art of doing business in a state riddled with corruption ...
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Breaking: New U.S. Customs Action on Congo Gold Made with Forced Labor

A new U.S. Customs and Border Protection action taken today will now require companies importing gold from eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (Congo) into the United States to prove that the gold was not made with forced labor ...
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Breaking Investigative Report: International Profiteers Looted Billions from South Sudan

A new investigative report released today by The Sentry exposes an array of international profiteers from the U.S., UK, Asia, and Africa preying upon some of the most lucrative economic and government sectors in the world’s youngest nation, South Sudan. As international businessmen and corrupt leaders within the country extracted billions in private profits, the people of South Sudan starved, were killed, and were driven from their homelands ...
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Sudan: Military Junta and Civilian Movement Leaders to Sign Historic Constitutional Declaration Tomorrow

A constitutional declaration for Sudan is scheduled to be signed tomorrow in an official ceremony in presence of regional leaders and international envoys, confirming a plan for a transition from control by a military junta to a civilian-led government ...
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Under Secretary for Political Affairs David Hale Headed to Khartoum Tomorrow

U.S. Under Secretary for Political Affairs David Hale is scheduled to be in Sudan tomorrow, August 7, to meet with representatives from the Transitional Military Council and Forces for Freedom and Change, along with civil society ...
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