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U.S. Nears Settlement With Sudan Over 1998 Terror Bombings

WASHINGTON—The Trump administration is nearing a deal with Sudan to resolve promises around al Qaeda’s 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Africa, supporting obvious the way to take out Khartoum’s designation as a state sponsor of terrorism.

The plan is component of U.S. endeavours to assist the civilian-led transitional govt in Sudan, whose armed forces last 12 months ousted President Omar al-Bashir, a navy dictator who seized electricity in 1989. Previously this 12 months, Sudan settled terrorism-relevant promises from the 2000 al Qaeda suicide bombing…