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South Sudan Wants Two Weeks to Review Peace Deal

South Sudan's government says it needs two more weeks to consider a proposed peace deal with rebels that President Salva Kiir has refused to sign. Government Information Minister Michael Makuei told a news conference in Juba on Tuesday that officials would consult with the people of South Sudan on whether the document should be signed. Rebel leader Riek Machar signed the deal in Addis Ababa on Monday, hours before a deadline set by the East African bloc IGAD. The deal is aimed at...

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