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South Sudan’s First Vice President Says Country Is ‘Peaceful and Quiet'

South Sudan’s new First Vice President Taban Deng Gai is asserting his country is “peaceful and quiet” and moving ahead with reforms following clashes in the capital that killed some 300 people last month.   Deng spoke to journalists in Nairobi Wednesday while in town to meet with Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta.  He accused reporters of falsely reporting that fighting continues in Juba and elsewhere.   “This is not true. This is not true,” said Deng. “The country is in...

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