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 warring government and rebel forces signed Monday a commitment to settle key security sections of a peace deal, despite having broken the pact multiple times.The agreement is hoped to kick-start stalled talks for key military sections of an Aug. 26 deal, including the demilitarization of the capital Juba, the positions of troops on both sides and steps towards the creation of a unified army.The army and rebels have repeatedly traded blame, accusing each other of breaking the internationally-brokered ceasefire, the eighth such agreement.The demilitarization of government-held Juba to allow the return of rebel chief Riek Machar and his rebel entourage is a key provision of the peace agreement.
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