Sudan embassy was ‘unacceptable risk’ to Americans, says Sec. Blinken | USA TODAY

Secretary of State Anthony Blinken speaks on the decision to evacuate U.S. diplomats and suspend operations in Sudan.

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John Kirby, National Security Council coordinator for strategic communications, said Monday that the situation in Khartoum moved fast over the past week.

When it became apparent the warring factions would not agree to an immediate cease fire, U.S. officials this weekend decided “it wasn’t safe enough for our diplomats in our embassy to stay manned there and operating, so we moved them out,” Kirby told CBS.

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    1. @Appalachian Patriot 🇺🇸
      Secretary Anthony Blinken is educated, has experience in government, has experience with foreign affairs and a well spoken orator.

  1. I not so good with Afghanistan maybe you should have more seal team guys there and special forces to evacuate

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