Sudan to continue cooperation with US despite sanctions: ministry

Khartoum, July 13
Sudan said today it would continue bilateral cooperation with the United States, including on intelligence-sharing, despite Khartoum’s decision to halt the work of a committee formed to negotiate relief from US sanctions. Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir on Wednesday froze the work of the committee, which was formed with the United States, after Washington postponed for three months a decision on whether to permanently lift sanctions against Sudan. They were imposed partly over concern about human rights.

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Pakistan has requested the World Bank to fulfill its obligation to establish a court of
Japan's proposals to invest in infrastructure projects such as road connectivity and electricity in India's
Pakistani police say gunmen have shot and killed four Shia Muslims in an apparent sectarian
The summit takes place amid rising tension in the region following the nuclear test by
The New York state department of financial services (DFS) on Thursday said Pakistan’s Habib Bank
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