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Riek Machar

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Six months not enough to form unity govt...

The fighting has left 380,000 people dead and forced more than four million South Sudanese to flee their homes

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South Sudan rivals meet in bid to salvage...

Observers say that crucial steps envisioned in the deal such as establishing a unified army and discussing security control of the capital have yet to...

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S.Sudan hires US lobby group to block war...

According to a contract between the government and the lobby group, Gainful Solutions, published online by the US Department of Justice, the $3.7 million...

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I trembled when the Pope kissed my feet —...

Pope Francis was pictured kneeling down to kiss the feet of Kiir and Machar at the Pope’s Santa Marta residence in the Vatican

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President Kiir urges Machar to join unity...

They were allies in the struggle for statehood, but their subsequent rivalry turned into war from December 2013

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Museveni hails Kiir, Machar for signing peace...

The President cautioned the leaders against the dangers of pushing sectarianism and forgetting development and economic transformation

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Museveni in Juba for peace celebration day...

Former first vice-president of South Sudan, Riek Machar has also arrived in the capital Juba after fleeing two years ago.

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Why Kiir, Machar must show honesty for peace...

Truth and accountability are high among the missing puzzle in efforts to stop the five-year brutality

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Rights group documents fresh South Sudan...

The group also documented "systematic sexual violence", rape and gang-rape as well as abductions of women and girls

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South Sudan: Warring leaders sign peace deal...

Hopes are high that the agreement, the details of which were not announced, will end the war which has cost the lives of tens of thousands of people.

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