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South Sudan's neighbours try to broker a ceasefire

South Sudan's neighbours try to broker a ceasefire
 
SPLA soldiers secure Bor airport, 19 January 2014. Reuters/George Philipas

South Sudan's neighbours are trying to broker a ceasefire amid fears that it may be too late to stop an all-out civil war in the country. But at least one, Uganda, has already been drawn into the conflict. President Yoweri Museveni has flown to the rescue of South Sudan's President, Salva Kiir, and Kampala even claims that its forces recaptured the strategic town of Bor at the weekend. Jair van der Linj, at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, comments.


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