Sudan Peoples Liberation Movement in Opposition (SPLM-IO) soldiers loyal to rebel leader Riek machar sit in vehicle at the airport in Juba on April 20, 2016. AFP / CARL DE SOUZA
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Sudanese rebels called on the Khartoum government Saturday to resume peace negotiations in Addis Ababa after it declared a unilateral four-month cease-fire in Blue Nile and South Kordofan.Five years of on-off conflict between the army and the rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement-North (SPLM-N) have seen neither side gain a decisive upper hand but successive rounds of peace talks in the Ethiopian capital have broken up without a deal.In March, a government delegation traveled to Addis Ababa for negotiations with the rebels and opposition parties but they broke up without any breakthrough.
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