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LUSAKA - Negotiators from Angola's government and Unita guerrillas formally adopted a truce yesterday to end their 18-year civil war, diplomats said. 'There is no going back on this now,' one diplomat said. 'They agreed all points on the ceasefire and then went on to discuss modalities on formation of a new army,' another diplomat said. The United Nations mediator has imposed a strict news blackout on two weeks of delicate negotiations. Reuter