In this photo taken on Sunday, March 1, 2015, a boat carries civilians across the White Nile between Upper Nile state capital Malakal and the village of Wau Shilluk, in South Sudan. (AP Photo/Jason Patinki)
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South Sudan's bishops have called on leaders to put the fate of the country before their pursuit of power, and sign a deal to end 19 months of civil war.South Sudan's civil war began in December 2013 when President Salva Kiir accused his former deputy Riek Machar of planning a coup, setting off a cycle of retaliatory killings that has split the poverty-stricken, landlocked country along ethnic lines.During previous peace talks held in luxury Ethiopia hotels, Kiir, Machar and their entourages have run up millions of dollars in expenses while failing to sign a single lasting agreement.
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