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Sudan army misses deadline to move troops under deal

Sudan’s northern army has missed a deadline to move its troops to the north under a peace deal and are still paying illegal militias based in the south, the United Nations said. A January 2005 north-south peace deal, which ended Africa’s longest war, created a southern autonomous government and two separate armies with joint units in key towns and oil areas. Full Story

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