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Topic - Sudan'S Government
Sudan and South Sudan are still supporting rebels in each other's country as they prepare for a fresh round of talks this week over disputes that brought the two neighbors to the brink of war earlier this year.
The Obama administration is weighing options to give an early reward to Sudan's government if a referendum that would allow the southern part of the country to secede takes place without a hitch.
Sudan's government confirmed Wednesday it will expel a number of international aid workers from the restive western region of Darfur, without specifying how many.