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Western, Arab states pledge $1.5 billion for Sudan's troubled transition

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Western, Arab states pledge $1.5 billion for Sudan's troubled transitionBERLIN/KHARTOUM (Reuters) - Western and Arab countries pledged $1.5 billion at a conference hosted by Germany to help Sudan ease an economic crisis hampering its transition towards democracy after the fall of autocratic leader Omar al-Bashir. The European Union pledged 312 million euros ($350.13 million), the United States $356.2 million,...
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