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Two SPLA officers flank a SAF officer during negotiations at the UN (UNMIS) compound. Civilians had fled following clashes sparked by a local dispute between SPLA and SAF troops. The oil-rich town of Abyei is situated in an area claimed by both North and South Sudan. More than three years after a 2005 peace deal, they have not agreed on boundaries or a local government for the region.