Sudan wants U.S. compensation for pharma plant bombing

Sudanese remain angry and demand compensation for a pharma plant destroyed during a U.S. missile attack in 1998. The plant was believed by the Clinton administration to be manufacturing chemical weapons and linked to the al Qaida terrorist group, which Sudan denies. The U.S. ordered the attack following the bombing of two U.S. embassies in Africa, says Voice of America. Article

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