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Sudan Govt/SPLA Clear Hurdles to Peace Deal -Kenya

Sudan’s government and southern rebels have resolved final disputes in peace talks, clearing key hurdles blocking a comprehensive deal ending Africa’s longest-running civil war, host Kenya said on Tuesday. “This is a major breakthrough,” a Kenyan foreign ministry public relations officer said, adding the Khartoum government and Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) rebels planned to sign several protocols at 6 a.m. EDT ceremony on Wednesday near Nairobi. The agreements to be signed at the talks venue in Naivasha town will not cover a separate war which has raged for more than a year in Sudan’s Darfur region, creating what the United Nations says is one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises. Full Story

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