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South Sudan Cease-Fire Not Enough to Stop Violence: Analysts

South Sudan’s capital was calm Friday as government and opposition forces appeared to respect a cease-fire declared earlier in the week. The question of whether a peace deal signed last year can continue to work, however, remains. The deal was severely tested when violence erupted in Juba on June 6, killing hundreds of people and sending opposition leader Riek Machar into hiding.   The five days fighting between those loyal to President Salva Kiir’s SPLA,...

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