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Chad rebels say Tripoli peace talks deadlocked

Peace talks between Chad’s government and rebel leaders are blocked over the government’s refusal to involve the country’s political parties in the discussions, a rebel spokesman said on Saturday. Libya is brokering the talks in Tripoli to try to end an insurgency by a coalition of Chadian rebels fighting a hit-and-run guerrilla war against President Idriss Deby’s forces in eastern Chad. The area has also been hit by a spillover of the conflict in Sudan’s Darfur region. Full Story

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