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Darfur split over peace talks
Many who disagree with rebel movement's opposition to talks are being targeted.
Last Modified: 06 Aug 2010 19:06 GMT

 

Tension is rising in western Darfur where disagreements about peace talks with the Sudanese government have led to bloodshed.

A breakaway faction of the separatist Sudan Liberation Movement is opposed to the discussions.

That group is led by Abdul Wahid al-Nur, who is from an area known as Zalingei.

But as Al Jazeera's Mohamed Adow reports, many who do not agree with al-Nur in Zalingei are increasingly being targeted.

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Al Jazeera
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