The United States say it is willing to remove Sudan from its blacklist of state sponsors of terrorism if the country undertakes further reforms.
U.S. Willing to Lift Sudan From Terror Blacklist If Further Reforms
Monitor, 8 November 2018
The United States said Wednesday it was willing to remove Sudan from its blacklist of state sponsors of terrorism if the country undertakes further reforms. Read more »
Left: Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir. Right: U.S. President Donald Trump.
'U.S. Prepared to Consider Rescinding Sudan's Designation As a State Sponsor of Terrorism If All Criteria Met'
Radio Dabanga, 8 November 2018
The US State Department has voiced its commitment "to strengthening cooperation and meaningful reforms" with Sudan, and "to initiate the process of rescinding Sudan's designation… Read more »
Sudan and U.S. Ready to Launch Second Phase of Dialogue
SNA, 8 November 2018
Sudan has welcomed launching of the Second Phase of Strategic Dialogue with the United States of America which was set to expand scope of bilateral cooperation and achieve further… Read more »
U.S. Considers Lifting 'Terror State' Designation
HRW, 7 November 2018
With all eyes on mid-term elections in the United States, almost no one noticed that on the same day the US State Department quietly told just three journalists that it would,… Read more »
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 ... Read more »
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