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Darfur Peace Talks Adjourn After Security, Aid Deal

Peace talks between Sudan’s government and Darfur rebels ended on Wednesday, a day after Khartoum bowed to international pressure and signed agreements on security and humanitarian issues with rebels.African Union mediators said the talks would resume around Dec. 10 in the Nigerian capital Abuja to negotiate a political settlement for the conflict that has been dubbed the world’s worst humanitarian crisis by the United Nations. “We hereby close the second round of talks on Darfur in Abuja,” said top mediator Allam-Mi Ahmad at a closing ceremony attended by the warring parties, mediators and diplomats.Full Story

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