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A South Sudan rebel general has split with former Vice President Riek Machar and rejected his plans to join President Salva Kiir in a transitional government, raising prospects of fresh conflict in the country.Fighting broke out in the world's youngest country in December 2013 between forces loyal to Kiir and rebels allied with his former deputy Machar, reopening ethnic fault lines that pit Kiir's Dinka people against Machar's Nuer forces.Kiir and Machar have signed several ceasefire deals, only to violate them within days. Spokesmen from IGAD, Machar and Kiir were not immediately reachable for comment.
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