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Sudan: Concrete UN Security Council Action Needed

By Human Rights Watch
(Nairobi) – The United Nations Security Council should take stronger steps to reverse the rapidly deteriorating human rights and humanitarian situation in Sudan, Human Rights Watch said today. During the Security Council discussion on June 2, 2023 to renew the UN Integrated Transition Assistance Mission in Sudan (UNITAMS), all council members, including the three African members, should support increased human rights monitoring, targeted sanctions, and an arms embargo against the warring parties.   “The UN Security Council needs to increase its pressure on the warring parties in Sudan to end violations…

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