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Sudan threatens to oust ex-rebels from flashpoint town

Sudanese troops entered a town in eastern Sudan and threatened to evict ex-southern rebels in a move that could threaten a landmark year-old peace deal, rebel sources said. About 3,000 Sudanese soldiers backed by four tanks deployed to the town of Hamesh Koreb and ordered former rebels of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement/Army (SPLM/A) to leave, they said. “This is an act of aggression,” SPLM/A spokesman Major General Elias Waya Nyipuocs said. “It is a violation of the peace agreement and it is very dangerous. Full Story

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