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Sudan government and rebels meet for peace talks in Juba

Reuters Monday, 14 October 2019
Sudan's ruling council and rebel leaders started peace talks on Monday to end the country's multiple conflicts, a key condition for the country's removal from the United States' sponsors of terrorism list.
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Sudan's transitional government is meeting with armed groups in South Sudan to begin peace talks.

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