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South Sudan Clans Agree to End Deadly Grazing Land Dispute

Two communities in South Sudan’s Jonglei State have signed a peace agreement to end a deadly conflict over grazing land that has claimed 37 lives in the past two months.   The Jonglei State deputy governor says the communities from Bor South County agreed to create a buffer zone so security forces can be deployed to keep the two clans apart.  The agreement signed last week followed talks mediated by Jonglei State officials and South Sudan Defense Minister Kuol Manyang...

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