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Former rebels urge Sudan to accept U.N. troops

Sudan’s former southern rebel movement, in its strongest statement yet on Darfur, urged the government to allow United Nations peacekeepers into the war-ravaged region. The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement, which signed its own peace deal with Khartoum in 2005 ending over two decades of north-south civil war, said it took a formal decision to back a U.N. force at a 3-day meeting of its top leadership in Juba in south Sudan. Full Story

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