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South Sudan’s president finally signs delayed peace deal

South Sudan’s president has finally signed a peace deal to end a 20-month conflict with rebels. President Salva Kiir had been threatened with UN sanctions if he delayed any longer. His rebel opponent signed last week. However at the ceremony Salva still expressed “serious reservations” over the compromise agreement and called for the support of regional…

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