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Sudanese Leaders Sign Peace Agreement

Sudanese leaders signed a peace deal that, if implemented, will end Africa’s longest-running conflict and transform politics in a nation which has spent 40 of the last 50 years at war with itself.Turning the incredibly detailed agreement into reality, though, may prove more difficult than the eight years of talks required to draft it. Vice President Ali Osman Mohammed Taha and John Garang, chairman of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army, signed the peace agreement in a lavish ceremony in neighboring Kenya — where talks were based since 1997.Full Story

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