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South Sudan Tells Foreign Workers They Can Stay

The government in war-torn South Sudan will not be expelling any foreign workers, contrary to what it said on Tuesday. On Wednesday, officials in South Sudan said they would 'recall' the order to expel expatriates and replace it with an 'appeal' to hire locals. Foreign Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin added the issue "will be discussed later.” If the country does roll back the directive less than a day after announcing it, this would be third time in as many...

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