Sudan Agrees to Normalize Relations with Israel

A new day has dawned in the Sudan. After intense negotiations by President Trump, Sudan has agreed to start the task of normalizing relations with Israel and to agree on a payment of $335 million as monetary compensation for the victims and their families for the bombings of the U.S. Embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998 as well as the U.S. Navy destroyer Cole in Yemen in 2000.

In return, President Trump is expected to sign an executive order removing Sudan from Washington’s list of countries that are state sponsors of terrorism which Sudan has been on for 27 years. This move is expected to bolster its crippled economy by freeing up investment and foreign assistance for the impoverished country.

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