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Darfur peace talks too slow, need push: mediators

The African Union has criticized the Sudanese government and rebels for failing to make progress in talks aimed at ending three years of killing, rape and looting in the western region of Darfur. Talks have stalled over issues of power sharing and how to create a final cease-fire and they need to be revitalized, according to an AU statement quoting its chief mediator Sam Ibok. “Ibok made clear to the Sudanese Parties the disappointment of the African Union Peace and Security Council, and the United Nations Security Council over the slow progress so far achieved,” the statement issued late on Wednesday said. Full Story

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