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Sudan Rejects Calls for More Troops in Darfur

The Sudanese government faced intense Western and African Union pressure to accept additional observers and soldiers in the Darfur region, as British Foreign Minister Jack Straw flew here Monday to urge Sudan to do more to disarm marauding militias. In the Nigerian capital, Abuja, peace talks intended to end the Darfur conflict resumed, with the Sudanese government delegate rejecting calls for a force of 2,000 African Union soldiers to protect monitors investigating atrocities and attacks in the western region. Full Story

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