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

WASHINGTON—The Trump administration is nearing a deal with Sudan to take care of statements in excess of al Qaeda’s 1998 bombings of U.S. embassies in Africa, helping crystal clear the way to take away Khartoum’s designation as a point out sponsor of terrorism.

The strategy is element of U.S. initiatives to assist the civilian-led transitional government in Sudan, whose armed forces last calendar year ousted President Omar al-Bashir, a army dictator who seized ability in 1989. Earlier this calendar year, Sudan settled terrorism-relevant statements from the 2000 al Qaeda suicide bombing…

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Germany Moves to Clean Up Meat Industry Amid Coronavirus Surge

BERLIN—The German federal government on Wednesday moved to curb a string of Covid-19 outbreaks in slaughterhouses and meatpacking plants, including imposing a ban on subcontracting, harder cleanliness inspection regimes and increased fines for breaching these regulations. The monthly bill was flanked by other coronavirus steps, between them measures that would […]