Sudan, Rebels Move Toward Peace With U.S. encouragement, Sudan's government and southern rebels sign an agreement to share the country's oil wealth, a key issue driving Africa's longest-running civil war. But several other issues must be resolved before a final peace deal is reached, and Sudan now faces an upsurge in fighting against rebels in the west. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.
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With U.S. encouragement, Sudan's government and southern rebels sign an agreement to share the country's oil wealth, a key issue driving Africa's longest-running civil war. But several other issues must be resolved before a final peace deal is reached, and Sudan now faces an upsurge in fighting against rebels in the west. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports.