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Council Wants Deal on Darfur Conflict

The U.N. Security Council demanded that the Sudanese government and rebels reach agreement by April 30 to end the conflict in Darfur. A presidential statement adopted Tuesday stressed that “an inclusive political settlement is key to peace in Sudan.” It backed the peace talks in Abuja, Nigeria, led by the African Union, which resumed Monday. The Security Council endorsed the decision of the African Union Peace and Security Council setting April 30 as “the final deadline for reaching an agreement.” Full Story

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