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Rival sides in western Sudan resume talks

Rival sides in a war in western Sudan’s Darfur region which has embroiled a million people in a humanitarian crisis resumed peace talks in the Chadian capital Ndjamena. Chad’s President Idriss Deby joined representatives of the Khartoum government and two rebel groups after a day’s break during which mediators drew up a synthesis of the proposals made by each warring party, one of the mediators told AFP Sunday. Sudanese government troops and Arab militias have since February last year been fighting the Movement for the Liberation of Sudan (MLS) and the Movement for Justice and Equality (MJE) in Darfur. Full Story

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