Sudanese president rejects UN force in Darfur

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March 29, 2007 01:16

 
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UN chief Ban Ki-moon tried to persuade Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir to accept UN peacekeepers in Darfur in talks Wednesday hours after al-Bashir flatly rejected the deployment. Ban met with the Sudanese president for more than three hours in late-night talks joined by Saudi King Abdullah and Arab League chief Amr Moussa on the sidelines of an Arab summit, the Saudi state news agency said.

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