Members of the South Sudan army carry the casket containing the dead body of army chief General James Ajongo Mawut, at Juba airport, South Sudan, April 23, 2018. REUTERS/Samir Bol
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in South Sudan 'devastating' for civilians: U.N.A new surge in violence in South Sudan's civil war is having "devastating impact" on thousands of people ahead of peace talks now set to resume next month, the United Nations said Friday. The success of the talks depends on all sides committing themselves to ending the violence, said the head of the U.N. mission in South Sudan, David Shearer.International frustration has been rising with the lack of progress toward peace in South Sudan, where untold tens of thousands have been killed since fighting began in December 2013 .
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