Month: June 2019

Sudan internet shutdown

A large number of people have filed a lawsuit against Zain Telecom related to an ongoing internet blackout in Sudan, which has reportedly cost companies more than one billion Dollars. This follows the apparent success of a court case filed by a lawyer in Sudan, Abdelazim Hasan, who filed his…
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USA may target Sudan officials with sanctions

June 26 – 2019 WASHINGTON DC. Makila James, Deputy Assistant Secretary for East Africa and Sudan’s since September 17, 2018 (US State Dept) A US State Department official said on Tuesday that Washington is considering possible sanctions if there will be more violence against protesters in Sudan. “We’re looking at all…
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End Corruption to protect human rights in Sudan

The corruption charges announced today against the deposed former president of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir, should be the first step in an anti-corruption process built on democratic institutions and respect for human rights, according to Transparency International. While also prosecuting the corrupt with no opportunity for impunity, authorities in Sudan must…
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