South Sudan militias, army clash, killing seven

Some seven people were killed in southern Sudan in clashes between renegade armed militias and the south Sudan army, despite a 2005 peace deal to end Africa’s longest civil war there, officials said on Monday. The

United Nations has been slow to deploy around 10,000 soldiers to monitor a ceasefire in the south between former foes the southern Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) and the northern Islamist government. Full Story

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