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Sudan to strike peace with rebels after decades of war

WorldNews Friday, 2 October 2020
Sudan to strike peace with rebels after decades of warKARTHUMSudan's government and rebels are to sign a landmark peace deal on Saturday in a bid to end decades of war in which hundreds of thousands died -- a historic achievement, if it holds. Ending Sudan's internal conflicts has been a top priority of the transition government in power since last year's ouster of longtime dictator Omar Al Bashir amid a popular pro-democracy uprising. Both sides are due to sign the deal in full on Saturday in Juba, the capital of neighbouring South Sudan, after putting their initials to the agreement at the end of last month. The location of the ceremony holds great significance -- South Sudan's leaders themselves battled Khartoum as rebels for decades,...
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News video: Sudan’s government, rebel groups sign landmark deal

Sudan’s government, rebel groups sign landmark deal 02:39

Transitional gov’t and various rebel groups ink deal in Juba a year after peace talks began, but two key groups are not part of it.

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