Secretary of State Colin Powell expressed optimism Tuesday there could be a negotiated peace deal in Sudan by the end of the year. Powell told a meeting of African officials that “the United States will do everything we can to help the parties achieve that outcome. It is a moment that must not be lost.” Powell met with the Sudanese parties in Kenya in October and said Tuesday he had been in touch again within the last 10 days. “I am optimistic that it is possible to achieve the comprehensive settlement by the end of the month,” he said. Full Story
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