The United States on Tuesday postponed for three months a decision on whether to permanently lift certain sanctions on Sudan over its human rights record and other issues, the State Department said.
Former President Barack Obama lifted the sanctions for six months starting in January and a decision by his successor, Donald Trump, on whether to scrap the measures permanently was expected on Wednesday.
Travel ban a blow to Sudan refugees awaiting US resettlementDozens of Sudanese activists living in Egypt as refugees, many of whom fled fundamentalist Islamist militias and were close to approval for ... Features
Egypt airport says screening for cholera from Sudan outbreakAuthorities at Cairo’s international airport are screening Sudanese passengers for cholera under instructions of the World Health Organization ... Middle East
Official says Qatar, Sudan and Turkey are ‘triad of terrorism’ in LibyaLibyan army spokesman Colonel Ahmed al-Mesmari has described Qatar, Sudan and Turkey as “the triad of terrorism" in Libya”. ... Gulf
Meteorite ‘size of a small car’ causes buzz after hitting SudanThe Sudanese Ministry of Minerals announced on Sunday that they found fragments of a meteorite, which had struck earth on Wednesday in the southern ... Variety