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Sudan Escapes US Sanctions

American President George Bush has decided against imposing sanctions against Sudan due to its good faith efforts to negotiate a peace deal with rebels, a senior administration official said on Tuesday. In making the determination, part of a six-month review of the peace process sent to lawmakers, Bush also found that the Sudan People’s Liberation Army/Movement was also committed to reaching an agreement, the official said. “The president has determined that the government of Sudan and the SPLA/M are negotiating in good faith and that negotiations should continue,” the official told reporters on condition of anonymity. However, the official stressed that much work remained to be done to seal a final agreement and noted that Bush would make another determination of both sides’ in six month’s time. “There is a lot more to be done, but there has been some real progress made,” the official said. Full Story

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