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US could soon take Sudan off state sponsors of terrorism list, say officials

WorldNews Monday, 19 October 2020
US could soon take Sudan off state sponsors of terrorism list, say officialsThe rapprochement between Israel and another Arab country would give US President Donald Trump an opportunity to tout a new diplomatic achievement as he seeks re-election on November 3. ......
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News video: Sudan sees economic hope as Trump signals terror list removal

Sudan sees economic hope as Trump signals terror list removal 02:35

Removing Sudan from state-sponsors of terror list would pave way for country to be relieved of debt and attract foreign investment.

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