US – Sudan relations: Trump to remove Khartoum from terrorism list

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    President Donald #Trump announced on Monday the United States would remove #Sudan from its list of state sponsors of #terrorism as soon as Khartoum sets aside the $335 million it has agreed to pay to American victims of militant attacks and their families.

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