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U.N. concerned by delays in peace bid for Sudan, South Sudan | Reuters

The U.N. Security Council expressed concern on Monday at delays by Sudan and South Sudan in implementing a resolution that threatened sanctions if the former civil war foes failed to halt fighting and resume talks on a string of disputes.

Sudan and South Sudan came close to war in April when border fighting escalated in the worst violence since Juba’s secession in July. The 15-member Security Council was briefed on Friday by U.N. officials on compliance with the May 2 resolution.

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