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Sudan free from Bashir but effects of sanctions linger

By AFP
18 December 2019   |   10:50 am
In a cooking oil factory in Khartoum, Sudanese workers hammer at a broken-down machine, as general manager Sarah al-Fateh sighs in frustration. She is unable to import replacement parts for her family's business, she said, because of "American sanctions".

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