In a little noticed ruling last week, a Washington district court found that both Iran and Sudan were culpable for al-Qaeda’s 1998 embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania, the Weekly Standard magazine reported.

As is typical in state sponsorship of terrorism cases, neither Iran nor Sudan answered the plaintiffs’ accusations. But in a 45-page decision, Judge John D. Bates issued a default judgment.

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