Human Rights Watch Wants U.S. to Take Action in Sudan

Human Rights Watch is calling on the U.S. government to insist that Khartoum takes tangible actions to improve its human rights record before permanently revoking sanctions.

  • Sudan:   Human Rights Benchmarks for Sudan

    HRW, 3 May 2017

    On January 13, 2017, US President Barack Obama issued a presidential executive order that suspended the United States' comprehensive economic sanctions on Sudan in response to… Read more »

Sudanese women protesting for their political rights (file photo).


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