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25 April 2005 - | Comments (0)
KHARTOUM: Sudan’s largest opposition party led a move yesterday to boycott the constitution-drafting process due to seal a peace deal between Khartoum and southern rebels ending more than two decades of conflict.
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25 April 2005 - | Comments (0)
KHARTOUM, Apr 24, 2005 (Sudan Tribune) -- The Sudan People's Liberation Movement has affirmed the readiness of its leader, John Garang, to attend the Abuja negotiations between the government and armed factions in Darfur.
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OLD FANGAK, Sudan, April 22 (Reuters) - Southern Sudanese villagers say government-backed militiamen are attacking them in an extortion campaign that is undermining faith in a peace accord meant to end civil war in Africa's largest country.
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22 April 2005 - | Comments (0)
NAIROBI, Apr 21, 2005 () -- Southern Sudanese leaders on Thursday ended their conference aimed at promoting reconciliation between fractious factions by resolving to demobilize militia groups seen as a threat to peace. Read more
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GENEVA, April 21 (AFP) -- Sudan accepted greater United Nations scrutiny on Thursday after the European Union backed down from an attempt to seek explicit UN condemnation of Khartoum's role in human rights abuse in the strife-torn region of Darfur.
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15 April 2005 - | Comments (0)
KHARTOUM, April 13 (Reuters) - Work will begin on Sudan's new constitution on April 23 after the government and former rebels agreed to make the process more inclusive by giving opposition forces greater representation, an official said on Wednesday.
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