South Sudan Opposition Figures Join Government

Ten politicians and army generals loyal to Riek Machar say they joined current First Vice President Taban Deng Gai to implement the country's fragile 2015 peace agreement.



Some of the South Sudanese refugee children line up for food after arriving at Rhino Settlement Camp in Arua District in July this year

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