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EU pays Sudan blood-money to stop migrant routes

EU pays Sudan blood-money to stop migrant routes
By Matt Broomfield for The New Arab


Janjaweed militias fighting for the regime have been linked to human rights atrocities EU governments are silencing their internal concerns over massive human rights violations in Sudan while paying out money to prevent the flow… 187 more words

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U.S. Finally Lifts Economic Sanctions On Sudan

(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF CNN)

US to lift sanctions on Sudan

By Laura Koran

Updated 3:35 PM ET, Fri October 6, 2017

Source: CNN… 525 more words

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U.S. Removes Sanctions Against Sudan

Reuters news agency reports that the United States lifted long-standing sanctions against Sudan saying it had made progress fighting terrorism and easing humanitarian distress. According to the report, the U.S. 74 more words

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Darfur Union in the UK: Belgium Government is Consulting Genocidré Ambassador Mutrif Siddig on the Fate of Sudanese Migrants at Detention Centres in Belgium

Darfur Union in the UK: Belgium Government is Consulting Genocidré Ambassador Mutrif Siddig on the Fate of Sudanese Migrants at Detention Centres in Belgium
After the recent rise of hostilities by the government in Sudan against the people of Sudan in Darfur, Blue Nile State and Nuba Mountains plus the prosecution of Students in the White Nile State and in the capital Khartoum, some of the world powers seem turning a blind eye on the crimes committed by GoS on the soil of Sudan. 1,015 more words

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إتحاد دارفور بالمملكة المتحدة: مذبحة كلمة وصمة على جبين السودان، البشير يُقابل جرح كبرياءه بسكب المزيد من دماء العزل بغرب السودان

إتحاد دارفور بالمملكة المتحدة: مذبحة كلمة وصمة على جبين السودان، البشير يُقابل جرح كبرياءه بسكب المزيد من دماء العزل بغرب السودان

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البشير غير مُرحب به في معسكر كلمة، جنوب دارفور.

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Belgium criticised for inviting Sudanese 'secret agents' to Brussels to identify migrants

The Belgian government faces widespread criticism after it invited officials from the brutal Sudanese dictatorship to Brussels to identify migrants and provide documents for their forced return to the country. 146 more words

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