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South Sudan's peace deal hangs by a thread

South Sudan government soldiers parade in a camp in Juba on April 21, 2016. This unit is part of a tightly controlled number of government and rebel units allowed in designated camps as part of a peace deal. Rebel units are based just 500 metres away. All other soldiers have to remain at least 25 kilometres outside the capital. AFP / PETER MARTELL

 

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