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The signing of the peace agreement between the Sudanese government and a rebel coalition following the events in Darfur has been postponed

The signing of a peace agreement between the Sudanese government and a coalition of rebel groups operating in different regions of the country has been indefinitely postponed by a dozen dead due to recent violent incidents in the state of Darfur.

The event took place on Monday when militiamen attacked a sit-down strike in an IDP camp in North Darfur, causing the authorities to declare a state of emergency due to increasing tensions.

The attack on the sit-in took place one day after demonstrators set fire to a police station in Kutum and attacked several vehicles when an official delegation came to the region to meet with the demonstrators.

The signing of the peace agreement between the Sudanese government and a rebel coalition following the events in Darfur has been postponed
The signing of the peace agreement between the Sudanese government and a rebel coalition following the events in Darfur has been postponed

“We have decided to postpone the signing of the agreement on the agreed points as the peace process is still ongoing,” said South Sudanese mediator Dhieu Matouk, who added that the security agreements are still pending.

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