Sudan: July 26, 2003

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The Sudan Liberation Army (SLA) rebels operating in Darfur denied signing a truce agreement with the Sudanese government, but did send a list of demands back to Khartoum with a government delegation which visited the region recently for talks. They have accused the government of bombing over 20 villages in Darfur since the end of June, killing scores of civilians in the process. While there is no independent verification of the fighting, Kutum in northern Darfur and Teinah on the Chad border have been declared No-Go areas. - Adam Geibel


 

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