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John Garang: A Conversation on Sudan

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John Garang: A Conversation on Sudan

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John Garang: A Conversation on Sudan

John Garang: A Conversation on Sudan

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John Garang speaks after the United Nations Security Council met in New York on Feb. 8. Reuters hide caption

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John Garang, who for two decades led the People's Liberation Movement in southern Sudan, will soon be vice president in a new Sudanese government of national unity.

He says he hopes the new government will be able to end the widespread human rights abuses in the Darfur region of Sudan.

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