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Indian peacekeeper killed in Sudan

Gunmen killed an Indian peacekeeper and wounded two others in southern Sudan on Friday, the U.N. said. The attack underscored southern Sudan’s chronic instability despite a January 2005 peace agreement that ended the region’s 21-year civil war, a conflict separate from the ethnic bloodletting in Sudan’s western Darfur region. The peacekeepers were attacked by unknown assailants while escorting a de-mining team near Magwe, a town about 1,000 miles south of Sudan’s capital, Khartoum, the U.N. said. Full Story

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