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Sudanese government, rebels see peace deal as way to end Darfur conflict

John Garang, leader of Sudan’s main southern rebel group, called Saturday for the recently signed Sudan north-south peace deal to be applied to the conflict in Darfur, saying minority rights had to be protected there as well. Garang and Sudanese Vice-President Ali Osman Mohammed Taha, both attending an international conference on federalism in Brussels, said they were working to implement their peace treaty which ends the 21-year civil war in the African country. “We are serious about implementing the agreement,” Garang told reporters after meeting Taha in the margins of the three-day conference, which ended Saturday. Full Story

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