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Kiir Weighs Response as UN Security Council Votes to Send Troops to S. Sudan

South Sudan President Salva Kiir is leaving it to parliament to decide whether to accept or reject a U.N. Security Council resolution authorizing the deployment of 4,000 foreign troops to the country. The United Nations Security Council on authorized the additional troops Friday. The U.S.-drafted resolution also threatens an arms embargo if South Sudan does not accept the deployment. The troops would be sent to the capital, Juba, and authorized to use all necessary means, including...

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