The U.S. extended sanctions on Sudan — but North Korea might be the real target

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President Trump's administration was widely expected to lift several U.S. sanctions against Sudan this week. It would have been a key moment in U.S.-Sudan relations — some of these sanctions go back decades, imposed under President Bill Clinton in response to Sudan's human rights violations and alleged sponsoring of terrorism and later extended after

The U.S. extended sanctions on Sudan — but North Korea might be the real target

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President Trump's administration was widely expected to lift several U.S. sanctions against Sudan this week. It would have been a key moment in U.S.-Sudan relations — some of these sanctions go back decades, imposed under President Bill Clinton in response to Sudan's human rights violations and alleged sponsoring of terrorism and later extended after

The U.S. extended sanctions on Sudan — but North Korea might be the real target

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President Trump's administration was widely expected to lift several U.S. sanctions against Sudan this week. It would have been a key moment in U.S.-Sudan relations — some of these sanctions go back decades, imposed under President Bill Clinton in response to Sudan's human rights violations and alleged sponsoring of terrorism and later extended after

The U.S. extended sanctions on Sudan — but North Korea might be the real target

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President Trump's administration was widely expected to lift several U.S. sanctions against Sudan this week. It would have been a key moment in U.S.-Sudan relations — some of these sanctions go back decades, imposed under President Bill Clinton in response to Sudan's human rights violations and alleged sponsoring of terrorism and later extended after

The U.S. extended sanctions on Sudan — but North Korea might be the real target

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President Trump's administration was widely expected to lift several U.S. sanctions against Sudan this week. It would have been a key moment in U.S.-Sudan relations — some of these sanctions go back decades, imposed under President Bill Clinton in response to Sudan's human rights violations and alleged sponsoring of terrorism and later extended after

The U.S. extended sanctions on Sudan — but North Korea might be the real target

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President Trump's administration was widely expected to lift several U.S. sanctions against Sudan this week. It would have been a key moment in U.S.-Sudan relations — some of these sanctions go back decades, imposed under President Bill Clinton in response to Sudan's human rights violations and alleged sponsoring of terrorism and later extended after

The U.S. extended sanctions on Sudan — but North Korea might be the real target

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President Trump's administration was widely expected to lift several U.S. sanctions against Sudan this week. It would have been a key moment in U.S.-Sudan relations — some of these sanctions go back decades, imposed under President Bill Clinton in response to Sudan's human rights violations and alleged sponsoring of terrorism and later extended after

The U.S. extended sanctions on Sudan — but North Korea might be the real target

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President Trump's administration was widely expected to lift several U.S. sanctions against Sudan this week. It would have been a key moment in U.S.-Sudan relations — some of these sanctions go back decades, imposed under President Bill Clinton in response to Sudan's human rights violations and alleged sponsoring of terrorism and later extended after

The U.S. extended sanctions on Sudan — but North Korea might be the real target

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President Trump's administration was widely expected to lift several U.S. sanctions against Sudan this week. It would have been a key moment in U.S.-Sudan relations — some of these sanctions go back decades, imposed under President Bill Clinton in response to Sudan's human rights violations and alleged sponsoring of terrorism and later extended after