South Sudan’s Warring Parties May Sign Cease-fire Friday
Members of South Sudan’s many warring factions are gathered at a forum in the hope of working out a cease-fire as soon as Friday. More than 100 members of various groups are attending talks in Addis Ababa, sponsored by Intergovernmental Authority on Development, that are aimed at revitalizing a 2015 peace deal. Representatives of both armed…
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