Sudan Central Bank transfers US bombing victims' compensation

Central Bank headquarters in Khartoum. (Reuters)

Sudan has transferred the compensation it has agreed to pay American victims of militant attacks and their families, central bank governor Mohamed al-Fatih Zainelabidine said on Tuesday.

The payment of $335 million is part of a deal with the US to get removed from its list of state sponsors of terrorism.

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