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- verb British Alternative form of
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The rebels declared they planned to pursue talks with Angola, whose troops are fighting alongside Kabila's, "to come to a common understanding of the situation in order to favourise a better solution to common problems and those of the Congolese peole."
They must not make distinctions or favourise anyone, individuals or parties.
As for the rest on "my list" there is many here I dont want to leave but I also dont like to favourise anyone with fear for forgetting another.
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