Sudanese opposition leaders prevented from travelling for meeting aboard - Sudan Tribune

January 14, 2017 (KHARTOUM) - Sudanese security service Saturday has prevented opposition leaders from leaving the country to participate in a meeting of the Sudan Call forces in the French capital Paris. The 20th meeting of the armed and political ...

US ends 20 year trade embargo with Sudan - New Kerala

Washington/AddisAbaba, Jan 14 : The US has lifted trade and financial sanctions, with some restrictions, against Sudan, thus ending a 20-year economic embargo on the nation, according to media reports on Saturday. [NK World] The move is expected to ...

UAE welcomes lifting of partial US sanctions on Sudan - Xinhua

This file photo taken on January 10, 2017 shows US President Barack Obama during his farewell address in Chicago, Illinois. US President Barack Obama took the controversial step of easing some economic sanctions against Sudan on January 13, 2017.

Letter — Recognizing Positive Actions by the Government of Sudan and Providing for the Revocation of Certain Sudan ... - Military Technologies

Consistent with subsection 204(b) of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, 50 U.S.C. 1703(b), I hereby report that I have issued an Executive Order (the “order”) that revokes sections 1 and 2 of Executive Order 13067 of November 3, 1997, and ...

Obama Eliminates Some Financial Sanctions against Sudan - Latin American Herald Tribune

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama on Friday announced the elimination of some of the financial sanctions imposed on Sudan by the United States in the 1990s, citing positive actions by that African country's government over the past six months.

Obama lifts some sanctions on Sudan - Global Times

US President Barack Obama announced on Friday that he would lift some of the economic sanctions on Sudan, citing recent "positive actions" by the government of the African country. In an executive order, Obama said that there has been "a marked ...

Obama's Premature 'Easing' of Sanctions on Sudan - Human Rights Watch

Sudan's government has committed mass killings, forced millions from their homes, and used rape as a weapon of war. It has bombed children and schools, starved civilians as a counterinsurgency strategy, gunned down scores of protesters in Khartoum, ...