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The Pentagon announced on Thursday that U.S. Africa Command (AFRICOM) was planning for “various contingencies” in Sudan amid recent unrest in the country, including deploying resources nearby in the event it becomes necessary to secure the U.S. Embassy in Khartoum or conducting an evacuation of American diplomatic staff.
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According to the DoD:
The Department of Defense, through U.S. Africa Command, is monitoring the situation in Sudan and conducting prudent planning for various contingencies. As part of this, we are deploying additional capabilities nearby in the region for contingency purposes related to securing and potentially facilitating the departure of U.S. Embassy personnel from Sudan, if circumstances require it. As a matter of policy and security, we do not speculate on potential future operations.