This file photo taken on Aug. 31, 2015 shows Riek Machar, South Sudanese Rebel Leader, looking on during an interview at his residence in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
/ AFP / Zacharias ABUBEKER
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The United Nations voiced concern Friday for the safety of a top aide to South Sudanese former vice president Riek Machar after he was extradited to his homeland from Kenya, where he had been granted refugee status.South Sudan's 2015 peace accord unraveled three months ago when forces loyal to President Salva Kiir and to estranged ex-deputy Machar battled each other on the streets of Juba for several days. UNHCR said it had unsuccessfully urged Kenyan authorities not to extradite Gatdet Dak.
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