All You Need to Know About South Sudan's New Power-Sharing Accord

Drawing from interviews with analysts, rights advocates, aid workers, and refugees, this is an assessment of whether the new agreements "represent a major milestone in ending the civil war or are more likely another false dawn for efforts to forge lasting peace".

A member of the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) checks the presence of explosive devices near a UN base in Juba.


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