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

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

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.