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Britain may consider pursuing new Darfur sanctions

British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw warned parties involved in Sudan’s Darfur peace talks that they were making too little progress and Britain would consider pursuing new U.N. sanctions if no headway was made. Straw’s comments to Sudanese government and rebel delegates echoed frustration expressed by the African Union (AU) and the United Nations. “Progress in the talks has been far too slow,” Straw told delegates on a visit to the talks in the Nigerian capital, adding that neither side had done enough to observe a ceasefire in the western Sudanese region. Full Story

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