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UN Chief 'Regrets' Parts of S. Sudan Deal

United Nations chief Ban Ki-moon is expressing disappointment at an agreement between South Sudan's warring parties, billed as a key step toward a peace deal. In a statement released through his spokesman, the U.N. secretary-general said he regrets that neither President Salva Kiir nor rebel chief Riek Machar compromised to reach a mutually-acceptable power-sharing formula. The statement Tuesday said "no sustainable peace will be found in South Sudan unless its leaders place...

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