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South Sudan's rivals agree ceasefire deal

After months of international pressure... a moment of hope. With the South Sudanese President Salva Kiir on the left and rebel leader Riek Machar on the right, it all ends with a ceasefire deal that will take effect within 24 hours. (SOUNDBITE) (English) SOUTH SUDANESE PRESIDENT, SALVA KIIR, SAYING "Now that we have signed this document under the auspices of Intergovernmental Authority on Development IGAD, I want to assure that, I and my party, the party that I am leading and the army that I am leading will implement this agreement without any fail." Holding hands in prayer, this is the first time the two men have met face to face since the violence first erupted last December. Their long running power struggle intensified after the president sacked Machar as his deputy in July. Scenes like these were the result of their personal conflict. Ethnic fighting between Kiir's Dink community and Machar's Nuer group. Thousands of people have bee

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