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US targets ex-Sudan officials with sanctions for undermining peace

US targets ex-Sudan officials with sanctions for undermining peace

THE United States imposed sanctions on three former Sudanese officials for their role in undermining peace, security and stability in Sudan, the Treasury Department said. The sanctions are being imposed under a U.S. executive order that places penalties on people who destabilize Sudan and undermine democracy, the department said in a statement. It named the three as Taha Osman Ahmed al-Hussein, Salah Abdallah Mohamed Salah and Mohamed Etta Elmoula Abbas, all former Sudanese officials. "These individuals have engaged in activities that undermine the peace, security, and stability of Sudan," it said. "Elmoula and Gosh are former security officials who worked…
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