Sudan begins ceasefire talks after opposition signs roadmap to peace
Wednesday August 10 2016
A child and her mother walk towards their settlement in north Darfur. Conflict in Darfur began in 2003 when mainly non-Arab tribes took up arms against the Arab-led government based in the capital Khartoum. FILE PHOTO | AFP | UNAMID
The roadmap, brokered by the African Union, marks the first time the country's major opposition groups have signed a deal with the government since regional fighting reignited in 2011.