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Promises in Sudan peace deal said not met

Many of the most important promises made under a peace deal that ended a 21-year civil war in Sudan’s south have not been met, threatening to plunge the long-suffering region back into violence, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said in a report Tuesday. The dire assessment of the situation in Sudan’s south said the Khartoum-based government and the southern Sudan People’s Liberation Army, which signed the deal with great fanfare in January 2005, have fallen well behind on plans for elections and are not sharing power and wealth as called for. Full Story

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