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Talks Resume For Ceasefire In South Sudan

Delegates from the government of South Sudan and the Sudan People's Liberation Army/Movement, SPLAM, opposition group on Monday in Addis Ababa began face-to-face negotiations to end ongoing hostilities in the country. The talks are being…
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Protesters Shutdown Bangkok To Oust PM

Thousands of protesters on Monday blocked roads in parts of the Thai capital, Bangkok, in a bid to force out Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and replace her with an unelected "Peoples Council" before elections in February. The…
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CAR’s Interim President Resigns

There was street dancing and singing Friday in Bangui, capital of Central African Republic, CAR, when the resignation of interim President, Michel Djotodia, was announced after his failing to halt inter-religious violence that has…
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Suicide Bomber Kills 23 In Iraq

A suicide bomber has killed 23 Iraqi army recruits and wounded 36 in Baghdad on Thursday, officials said. Spokesman for the Baghdad Security Operations Centre which coordinates military, police and other security organisations, Saad…
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South Sudan Peace Talks Hit Brick Wall

Talks to halt violence that has killed at least 1,000 people in South Sudan faced further delay on Wednesday after the government rejected rebel calls for immediate release of detainees. The three weeks of fighting, often along ethnic…
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South Sudan: Talks On Ceasefire Begin

Caption: South Sudan President Salva Kiir (right) and his Sudan counterpart Omar al-Bashir hold a joint news briefing in the state house in capital Juba on Monday. Photo: Reuters Rebels in South Sudan and a government delegation started…
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