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Oil-rich region claimed by South Sudan and the Sudanese government is potential flashpoint for violence.
Omar al-Bashir visits south in final pitch for single nation, but agrees to uphold the outcome of secession referendum.
Leaders are meeting with Omar al-Bashir and Salva Kiir, ahead of January 9 secession referendum.
Second party decides to boycott vote, casting fresh doubts on credibility of election.
Northern Muslim picked by former rebels to challenge al-Bashir in presidential vote.
The country could face partition if the 2005 peace treaty does not help the south.
Hassan Ibrahim
Supporters slaughtered a bull and sang songs of praise on Saturday when John Garang arrived in his south Sudan bastion for the first time since a peace deal ended Africa's longest running civil war.
The Sudanese government and an alliance of opposition groups have reached a tentative agreement on the country's political future.
Sudan's main rebel group has welcomed the planned deployment of United Nations troops in the south of the country once a final deal is signed to end one of Africa's longest wars.
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