After Bungling Sudan Crisis Response, Biden's Solution: More Sanctions

The Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, has said that the conflict in Syria "must end" and that all parties involved must work together to find a political solution.

The Sudan crisis has now lasted three weeks and over 550 people have been killed, with thousands more injured. The violence. He continued, "I stand with the peace-loving Sudanese people and world leaders in calling for an durable ceasefire to be established between the belligerent sides." This is a threat to the peace and stability in Sudan. The executive order authorizes possible sanctions against any Sudanese official involved in "destabilizing and undermining democratic transition." The two generals who are now fighting for control of the capital were united in 2021 to gain shared control over the country. See the timeline that led to today's state of Sudan

Since the start of the street-to-street fighting, many countries have been involved in a massive evacuation effort. China has sent warships into Sudan's Red Sea port to pick up its citizens. The accusation of turning a deaf ear