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Struggling to Find Common Ground at South Sudan Peace Talks

Negotiators for President Salva Kiir’s government and the armed opposition group led by Riek Machar emerged from days of meetings Wednesday with news that the people of South Sudan did not want to hear: disagreements are still barring the way to peace. The two sides had spent two days cloistered in a room in Addis Ababa for closed-door bilateral talks, but still had a laundry list of issues they do not concur on, government spokesman Michael Makuei said. "We have disagreed on the...

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