In this photo taken Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015, displaced people live in a camp of makeshift tents at Kok island, where around 900 people have taken shelter from fighting, in Unity State, South Sudan. (AP Photo/Jason Patinkin)
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South Sudan's army and rebel forces have agreed to deploy joint military units in the capital, a key stage of a peace deal aimed to end nearly two years of war.Despite continued fighting, the rivals signed a deal in neighboring Ethiopia to fix key military sections of the deal, including how many troops each side will have in the capital Juba.A total of 4,830 troops will be allowed inside Juba. Those forces will include joint guard, military police and national security service units.
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