August 7 Memorial Park in Nairobi, Kenya (State Department photo)

The State Dept. Is Nearing a Deal Over 1998 Terrorism Victims: But Can Sudan Pay It?

More than 20 years after the 1998 bombings on US embassies in East Africa, the Trump administration is closing in on a deal with the government of Sudan to settle claims owed to hundreds of victims.

“We have reached a common understanding with Sudan,” said US Assistant Secretary of African Affairs Tibor Nagy during a press conference on Thursday.

“This final agreement will reflect Sudan’s agreement to pay — it would include compensation in connection with claims relating also to non-US nationals killed and injured in the embassy bombings.”

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