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Annan leads Darfur meet, rebels say 50 killed

Sudanese rebels accused government troops and militias of killing more than 50 people in an attack in Darfur, as outgoing U.N. chief Kofi Annan on Thursday began a major international push on the crisis. On a farewell trip to Africa, Annan convened U.N. Security Council, EU, Arab League and African Union officials to try and persuade Khartoum to accept a “hybrid” peacekeeping force of AU and U.N. troops in the conflict-shattered region. Full Story

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