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S. Sudan Rebels: Kiir Opposes Power Sharing

A South Sudanese rebel spokesman said President Salva Kiir refused to sign Monday’s peace deal aimed at ending the country's 20-month civil war because he is afraid of power sharing. According to mediators at the talks, Kiir did not sign the agreement and asked for 15 days to consult with his constituencies. The decision is seen as the latest blow to peace talks sponsored by the East African bloc IGAD, the Intergovernmental Authority on Development, as well as several other...

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