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Urgent push on Africa's oldest civil war

For more than 20 years, it’s been one of the world’s forgotten wars. Some 2 million people have died, yet it’s received relatively scant global attention. But as the United Nations Security Council opens a historic meeting in Kenya tomorrow, the war between the north and south in Sudan – and efforts to halt it for good – takes center stage. The main reason: Diplomats and experts see that stopping this conflict would not only end Africa’s oldest civil war, but provide a template for dealing with Sudan’s other main conflict, the one in its western Darfur region, where the US says genocide has occurred.Full Story

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