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Nigeria agrees to exit disputed territory in deal with Cameroon

Nigeria agreed to withdraw its troops from the oil-rich Bakassi peninsula within 60 days in a UN-brokered deal signed with Cameroon to settle their long-simmering dispute, UN chief Kofi Annan announced. The landmark deal for Abuja pulling out its estimated 2,000 troops from the strategic territory was reached at a UN-mediated summit between Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo and his Cameroonian counterpart Paul Biya in this New York suburb. Full Stoy

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