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Sudan foes sign wealth deal

The Sudanese Government and southern rebels have signed an agreement to share the country’s wealth. It sets out how they will share the revenues, mostly from oil, after the 20-year civil war between Muslim north and Christian and animist south. But the two sides still have to agree on the administration of three disputed areas and how to share out government and civil service jobs. Norwegian mediators say a final deal to end the war could be signed within weeks. “The Sudan peace process is now truly irreversible,” said rebel leader John Garang. Full Story

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