Sudan State of Emergency Renewed

US renews State of Emergency on Sudan

US President Donald Trump has renewed the State of Emergency on Sudan, citing an executive order by President Bush in 2006 imposing sanctions on the country, the Sudan Tribune reports.

The State of Emergency on Sudan was declared for the first time on November 3, 1997, allowing former President Bill Clinton to impose economic sanctions on the country for sponsoring terrorism and human rights abuses. 

The November 1997 declaration of a national emergency on Sudan

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