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  • 01:43 South Sudan Fighting After Peace Deal Fails

    South Sudan Fighting After Peace Deal Fails

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    South Sudanese rebels have accused the government of resuming their military attacks. This comes just a day after President Salva Kiir opted not to sign a peace deal, aimed at ending the civil war. Rebel leader Riek Machar said the government had chosen w

  • 01:13 AU Welcomes President Salva Kiir's Decision To Sign Deal

    AU Welcomes President Salva Kiir's Decision To Sign Deal

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    The African Union has cautiously welcomed the decision by South Sudan's president. But it says the real test will be whether the deal actually holds. CCTV's Girum Chala has more.

  • 08:19 President Kiir Committed To Observing Ceasefire

    President Kiir Committed To Observing Ceasefire

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    South Sudan's Foreign Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin affirms President Salva Kiir's committment to observe the peace agreement and to ensure peace returns to the new country

  • 01:48 Kiir To Visit Khartoum To Strengthen Ties With Al-Bashir

    Kiir To Visit Khartoum To Strengthen Ties With Al-Bashir

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    South Sudan's President Salva Kiir is set to travel to Khartoum this week for talks with his counterpart, Omar al-Bashir. The meeting is aimed at strengthening a 2012 cooperation agreement. Juba says it's an indication of improving relations with its nort

  • 02:12 Sudan's Al-Bashir Welcomes South Sudan's Kiir To Khartoum

    Sudan's Al-Bashir Welcomes South Sudan's Kiir To Khartoum

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    South Sudanese President Salva Kiir finished a two-day visit to Sudan on Thursday in which he met Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir. It was Kiir's first visit to the country since 2015. The leaders announced they had reached a new agreement concerning the