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U.S., South Sudan Prod Rebels As Peace Efforts Sputter

by Wochit 0:33 mins

U.S., South Sudan Prod Rebels As Peace Efforts Sputter

by Wochit 0:33 mins

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry both prodded rebels in the African country to engage in sputtering peace efforts on Tuesday after mediators said they failed to show up for the latest round of talks. At least 10,000 people have been killed since fierce fighting erupted in the capital, Juba, in December pitting Kiir's government forces against supporters of Riek Machar, his former deputy and longtime political rival.

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