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World Leaders Urge Rebels on Darfur Peace

Eight foreign ministers led a U.N. Security Council meeting on Tuesday to demand that holdout rebels join the peace deal for Darfur and warned that the fate of the Sudanese region would be a test for the U.N. body. U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan warned the council not to become complacent now that the peace deal has been signed to end violence in Darfur that has killed some 200,000 people since 2003. “Darfur is still far from being at peace,” he said. Full Story

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