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Darfur rebels to respect ceasefire, attend talks

One of the biggest Darfur rebel factions said on Thursday it would respect a ceasefire and was ready to resume peace talks with Sudan’s government to try to halt violence in the region that has killed some 200,000 people. Peace talks have faltered in the past with only one of three main rebel factions signing a 2006 deal. Since then the rebels have fragmented into numerous factions, but the group which agreed to the ceasefire on Thursday is one the largest with a significant number of troops on the ground in the arid region. Full Story

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