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Uganda Pulling Troops From South Sudan

Uganda says it is pulling its soldiers out of South Sudan, where they have supported President Salva Kiir in the country's civil war. The Ugandan army said that the withdrawal of its estimated 2,000 troops began as of Monday, while in Kampala, armed forces chief General Katumba Wamala said the troops should be out of South Sudan by the first week in November. Uganda deployed the troops soon after fighting erupted between supporters of Kiir and supporters of his former deputy Riek...

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