The United States will ease some financial sanctions against Sudan in its attempts to help fight terrorism. The strife torn country will remain on a list of state sponsored terrorism according to White House officials.
President Barack Obama made this decision a few days before President-elect Donald Trump takes over.
This now means Sudan can now start trading with US. It will ease the economic burden. But the US is still watching Sudan.— Crystal Orderson, Southern Africa editor of the Africa Report
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