U.S. Ambassador To U.N. Haley Warns S. Sudan President America Will Withdraw Aid Unless Violence Ceases

Reuters: U.S. has lost trust in S. Sudan, Trump envoy tells president
“The United States has lost trust in South Sudan’s government for fueling the country’s civil war and must bring peace or risk losing support from Washington, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley told the nation’s President Salva Kiir…” (Nichols, 10/26).

Washington Post: Nikki Haley warns war-torn South Sudan that U.S. aid ‘at crossroads’ unless violence eases
“…In the balance is billions in U.S. aid, a potential international arms embargo, and the goodwill of the United States, which gave critical backing to South Sudan’s independence from Sudan in 2011. The United States has distanced itself from Kiir, the cowboy hat-wearing former rebel leader who presided over the promising birth of a nation blessed with oil and other natural resources…” (Gearan, 10/25).

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