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Sudan’s government, rebels start peace talks in Juba

Seattle Times Monday, 14 October 2019
CAIRO (AP) — Sudan’s new transitional government is meeting with rebel leaders to kick off peace talks aimed at ending the country’s yearslong civil wars. The talks are starting Monday in neighboring South Sudan’s capital, Juba. The government delegation, led by Gen. Mohammed Hamadan Dagalo, member of the sovereign council, arrived in Juba late Sunday. […]
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