In this photo taken Sunday, July 10, 2016, black smoke is seen rising above the capital Juba, in South Sudan. (Iain McLellan via AP)
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A leading member of South Sudan's armed opposition said Thursday he was arrested and tortured in the capital before being released.Opposing army factions have clashed in the capital, Juba, over the past week, with forces backing President Salva Kiir pushing many opposition forces out of their bases in the city and bombing the home of former rebel leader Riek Machar.Both Kiir and Machar, now first vice president, called late Monday for a cease-fire, which has appeared to hold.
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