Sudan: For Refugees in Sudan, Fears Surround Probe Into UN Resettlement Fraud
Potential witnesses worry about retaliation and complain about the lack of protection Read more »
Sudan: Refugees Allege Chronic Corruption in UN Resettlement Process
Refugees in Khartoum, interviewed by IRIN over a 10 month period, say that individuals working with the Sudanese branch of the UN agency responsible for resettlement engage in… Read more »
Sudan: Six Months After U.S. Sanctions Lifted, Promised Aid Access Remains Limited
With the lifting of US sanctions last October, aid organisations hoped the Sudanese government would ease restrictions on aid operations and allow access to parts of the country… Read more »
October 06, 2017
Sudan: US Ends 20 Years of Sanctions on Sudan
The United States has lifted decades-old economic sanctions against Sudan even though it still considers the country a state sponsor of terrorism and despite the fact Sudanese… Read more »
July 07, 2017
Sudan: Sudan Sanctions, Mosul, and Marawi - The Cheat Sheet
Will US relax 20-year-old sanctions on Sudan? Read more »
October 10, 2016
Sudan: Chemical Weapons - Is Govt a Serial Offender?
An Amnesty International investigation that has put the spotlight on the Sudan government's possible use of chemical weapons against civilians in the western region of Darfur, may… Read more »
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