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South Sudan gov’t, holdout opposition groups recommit to ceasefire in Rome


January 14th 2020 (Nyamilepedia) – South Sudan government and holdout opposition groups have signed a document in the Italian capital Rome to recommit themselves to a 2017 cessation of hostility agreement in a move widely viewed as a step towards bringing the non-signatories to the negotiating table. The agreement was signed by presidential envoy, Barnaba Marial Benjamin, on behalf of 10

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