© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A Western Union signal is seen in New York March 28, 2009. Picture taken March 28, 2009. REUTERS/Eric Thayer
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Western Union (NYSE:) Co mentioned on Thursday it suspended its companies in Sudan as of Oct. 26 “due to the military coup.”
At least 11 folks have died in confrontations between troopers and anti-coup protesters after the Sudanese military took over management earlier this week.
Western Union mentioned it’s monitoring the Sudanese state of affairs and “will resume operations when it is once again safe to do so.”
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