Still No Joy for Sudanese After U.S. Economic Sanctions

The end of long-standing U.S. economic sanctions in 2017 has not produced a hoped-for economic revival as many citizens are complaining after the government's sharp devaluation of the pound, cutting its official value almost in half, as an already serious economic crisis plagues the country.

Protests Against Soaring Prices Across Sudan (file photo).

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