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Government and rebel leaders in South Sudan have signed a ceasefire – the first step towards peace in the country after five weeks of violence in which more than 1,000 people have been killed and hundreds of thousands forced from their homes.
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Negotiators meet in Ethiopia as UN calls for end to fighting during which more than 1,000 people have been killed
Abrupt conflict has already claimed more than 1,000 lives and seen 180,000 displaced, UN says
Hopes of an end to hostilities in South Sudan were raised on Friday when the government agreed to a ceasefire.
Fighting persisted in parts of South Sudan’s oil-producing region today as African leaders tried to advance peace talks between the country’s president and the political rivals he accuses of attempting a coup in the world’s newest country.
Fighting, sparked by an attempted coup, has spread beyond the capital city despite a curfew and airport closure
The US President has deployed a small military contingent to the country 'to protect American citizens and their property'
In parts of the Middle East the West appears powerless to help beleaguered Christians
British nationals will be airlifted out of the capital Juba today amid fighting
More than 40,000 people have been displaced by fighting between Seleka fighters and those loyal to ex-President Francois Bozize. With the country slipping deeper into chaos, former colonial power France plans to boost its force there to around 1,000 troops to restore law and order until a much bigger African Union force fully deploys.
About 1,000 people staged another protest in Khartoum on Sunday to demand President Omar al-Bashir resign, a witness has said.
One analyst said the lethal crackdown showed the unrest ‘terrified the government’
Human-rights groups fear refugees could be forced to return to the very countries they fled