Peace Deal Could Get Sudan off U.S. Terrorism List

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The Bush administration is offering Sudan the possibility of being taken off the U.S. terrorism blacklist in an effort to push ahead peace talks. A senior Bush administration official says the Islamic government and the rebels in the south are close to a peace deal that would end decades of civil war. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.

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