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USA may target Sudan officials with sanctions

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 options, including sanctions down the line should there be any kind of repeat of violence,” Makila James, deputy assistant secretary for East Africa and the Sudans, told a US House of Representatives hearing.
Reuters reported on Tuesday that the sanctions could include visa sanctions or economic sanctions. “We want to use the right tool and we want to target the right people,” James said.

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