Machar shakes hand with Kiir during a peace signing attended by regional leaders in Addis Ababa.
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Uganda told South Sudan's warring factions Tuesday to put their egos aside and make peace, a day after President Salva Kiir refused to sign a deal to end a 20-month-old conflict.Kiir asked for another 15 days of discussions, shrugging off pressure from regional mediators to meet a Monday deadline for a deal.Machar, who signed the deal, accused government troops of launching attacks on opposition forces' positions just hours after Kiir snubbed the peace deal.A member of the mediation team from regional bloc IGAD told Reuters that Kiir, who only initialed the deal, rather than signing it as Machar did, had reservations about a provision in the plan to demilitarize the capital, Juba.
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