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Sudan rejects UN envoy call to change Darfur deal

Sudan’s foreign minister on Monday rejected calls by the top U.N. envoy in the country to make additions to a peace deal for Darfur after widespread rejection of the accord. U.N. special envoy Jan Pronk wrote in his June 28 weblog that many things needed to added to the May 5 peace deal such as more transparency in disarming pro-government militias and international security guarantees, which were key demands of the rebels who refused to sign the deal. Full Story

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