East African States Consider Sending Troops to South Sudan

Voice of America
Publication Date:
10 March 2014
South Sudan, Conflict, Peace and Security

In neighboring South Sudan tensions persist. Now, the east African states are considering sending troops into the country to help enforce a ceasefire deal between government forces and rebels. For more insight, VOA's Vincent Makori is joined by Gordon Buay, a former spokesman of the South Sudan Democratic Movement, which accepted an amnesty offer by President Salva Kiir.


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