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Warring Parties in Sudan Agree to Renew Cease-fire in Nuba Mountains

Sudan’s government and a rebel group have agreed to renew their cease-fire for six months in the central Nuba Mountains, officials said Tuesday. The truce between government forces and the rebel Sudan People’s Liberation Army has held in the area since January 2002. The extension will start July 20 and last until Jan. 19, 2004, according to a a statement from the Joint Military Commission, which is monitoring the cease-fire. The commission, an international body, was set up after the cease-fire was negotiated by the United States and Switzerland in January 2002. Full Story

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