UN pushes South Sudan to quickly form unity government

President Salva Kiir (C) delivers a statement as former rebel leader and new vice-president Riek Machar (L) listens during a ceremony at the Presidential House in Juba after Machar was sworn in as new vice-president, following hus arrival at Juba international airport on April 26, 2016. AFP / Charles Lomodong





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