South Sudan President Salva Kiir and rebel chief Riek Machar -- whose falling out in 2013, two years after independence, sparked a conflict that has since...
Kiir and Machar "agreed to extend the pre-transitional period for one hundred days, effective from 12th of November, 2019
The meeting will be the third face-to-face meeting between the two principals since they signed a new peace agreement in September 2018
Riek Machar's visit is expected to last two days, and comes as November deadline looms to form a power-sharing government.
The last time Riek Machar was in South Sudan's capital Juba was October 2018, for celebrations to mark the signing of the pact.
Military leaders have also been banned from addressing the public when in uniform
The fighting has left 380,000 people dead and forced more than four million South Sudanese to flee their homes
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...
Last year, the two warring faction signed the Khartoum agreement, committing to end the conflict, which started in December 2013.
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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