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US pauses aid to Sudan, threatens military coup leaders with ‘all measures' if government not restored

1 month ago   |   By RT

The US State Department has frozen $700 million in aid to Sudan, after the country's military staged a coup and arrested the civilian government. A spokesman said the US is willing to use “all measures” to resolve the crisis.
“The United States is pausing assistance from the $700 million in emergency assistance appropriations of economic support funds for Sudan,” State Department spokesman Ned Price told reporters on Monday, adding that none of the aid money had been transferred so far.
The funding was intended to help Sudan transition to democratic rule after long-time leader Omar Bashir...
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US condemns Sudan coup, suspends $700 million in aid

US condemns Sudan coup, suspends $700 million in aid

1 month ago   |   By My Sanantonio

WASHINGTON - The Biden administration on Monday suspended $700 million in financial assistance to Sudan following a coup in the African nation that U.S. officials roundly condemned.
The State Department said the full amount of the aid package had been put on “pause” pending a review of the developments in Khartoum that saw the military oust a civilian-led transitional authority and detain many of its members. Spokesman Ned Price called for the immediate release of those arrested, including Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok, and the restoration of the civilian authority.
“The civilian-led...
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The Latest: US suspends $700 million in aid after Sudan coup

1 month ago   |   By Star Tribune

The Biden administration is suspending $700 million in emergency assistance to Sudan following a coup in the African nation.
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