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UN says Sudan dialogue to resolve coup to begin immediately

The talks will bring together protest movement and civil society representatives, rebel groups and the military in hope of restoring Sudan's path to democratic role.
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The United Nations’ top envoy for Sudan said Monday that talks would begin immediately to resolve Sudan’s political crisis following the Oct. 25 coup.

UN envoy Volker Perthes told reporters in Khartoum today that the talks would serve as a basis for trust-building “and would help to at least reduce the violence.”

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