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Sudan Says Willing to Suspend Verdicts Against Rebels Who Join Talks

Sudan said on Monday it could freeze court verdicts against armed rebels if they agree to join national reconciliation talks, a renewed attempt by the government to end fighting that has long mired the country. First Vice President Bakri Hassan Saleh told reporters the freeze on verdicts, which could include death sentences, would apply for the duration of the talks. Khartoum has been fighting an insurgency in the southern provinces of Blue Nile and South Kordofan since 2011, mounted...

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