Sudan Edges Toward Peace Negotiators from Sudan's Islamic government in Khartoum and rebels in the nation's south are making what many hope is a final push to a peace settlement to resolve Africa's longest running civil war. The two sides have been promising to finalize a peace accord by Friday, and sign it in January. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.
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Sudan Rebels, Government Promise Peace Accord

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Sudan Rebels, Government Promise Peace Accord

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Sudan Rebels, Government Promise Peace Accord

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Negotiators from Sudan's Islamic government in Khartoum and rebels in the nation's south are making what many hope is a final push to a peace settlement to resolve Africa's longest running civil war. The two sides have been promising to finalize a peace accord by Friday, and sign it in January. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.