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South Sudan pulls out of peace talks with rebel groups

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The talks between the government and a coalition of rebel groups were brokered in Rome by a Catholic association with ties to the Vatican. The government had previously pulled out of talks last year, accusing one of the groups, the National Salvation Front (NAS), of carrying out indiscriminate attacks in the south of the country.
Published 2 months ago · South Sudan

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South Sudan pulls out of peace talks with rebel groups

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