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Gunfire Heard in South Sudan's Capital, Hours After US Urges Calm

Gunfire has erupted again in South Sudan's capital following days of violence between rival factions that left more than 100 people dead. Witnesses in Juba say shots rang out in parts of the city Sunday as former rebels and government troops exchanged heavy gunfire. Earlier, the U.S. State Department issued an urgent call for calm in South Sudan after the deadly fighting began on the eve of the fifth anniversary of the country's independence. The U.S. statement urges...

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