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UN says southern Sudan peace agreement in trouble

A peace pact that ended a 21-year civil war in southern Sudan appears to be crumbling, with important pledges ignored or circumvented, according to a report by U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan late on Tuesday. The January 2005 agreement, if implemented, could signal a major change in Sudan, including power and wealth sharing and integrating security forces. Full Story

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