Humanitarian Advocates Praise Trump’s Decision to Postpone Sanctions Relief for Sudan

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Doctor in South Sudan: ‘An aid boost … will go straight to buying more weapons’

A picture taken in 2013 shows burnt vehicles in a street of the Sudanese capital Khartoum

A picture taken in 2013 shows burnt vehicles in a street of the Sudanese capital Khartoum / Getty Images

July 15, 2017 BY: Natalie Johnson

Aid workers lauded President Donald Trump’s decision this week to postpone permanently lifting U.S. sanctions on Sudan as a win for civilians in the country who have suffered through a brutal civil war perpetuated by human rights abuses.

Tom Catena, the only doctor permanently based in Sudan’s war-torn Nuba Mountains, said the delay will allow the administration time to evaluate whether President Omar al-Bashir’s government has made measurable progress after years of war and abuses.

Before leaving office in January, former president Barack Obama issued an executive order temporarily lifting trade sanctions on Sudan during a six-month review process. The temporary sanctions relief was set to become permanent on Wednesday…

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