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Darfur rebels given more time to sign peace deal

The African Union on Monday gave two rebel factions a further two weeks to sign a peace deal for Sudan’s Darfur region while threatening possible international sanctions if they did not endorse it. Only one of the three Darfur rebel factions signed a May 5 accord with Khartoum to end fighting that has killed tens of thousands of people, and officials fear the two holdouts could instigate violence to scuttle the deal. Full Story

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