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02 Oct 2010 12:12 GMT | Politics, Sudan
Is Sudan's latest move to end the conflict in Darfur a major step towards peace or another "recipe for war"?
This week the Sudanese government and Darfur's rebel Liberty and Justice Movement (LJM) resume peace talks in Doha.
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However, the history of the country is littered with failed peace deals, and with two main rebel groups - the Sudanese Liberation Army and the Justice and Equality Movement - boycotting talks, many are asking if the LJM has the power or the mandate to achieve a credible and comprehensive peace deal.
On Thursday's Riz Khan, we host the show from Doha and speak with two men who are part of the negotiations: Al-Tijani al-Sissi, the president of the Liberation and Justice Movement, and Dr Omer Adam Rahama, Sudan's spokesperson for the government delegation.
This episode aired on Thursday, September 30.
Source: Al Jazeera
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