This photo taken on July 1, 2016 shows men and women waiting to be registered as displaced persons in a South Sudan Red Cross compound in Wau, South Sudan. / AFP / CHARLES LOMODONG
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Renewed fighting erupted in South Sudan's capital on Sunday and forces loyal to Vice President Riek Machar said his residence was attacked by the president's troops, raising fears of a slide back into full-blown conflict in the five-year-old nation.Another reported seeing troops looting a shop in Juba, but it was not clear if they were loyal to Machar or Kiir.The fighting first erupted on Thursday, when troops loyal to Kiir stopped and demanded to search vehicles of Machar's loyalists.On Sunday, Kenya called on Kiir and Machar to resolve the crisis and urgently to move heavy weaponry and contingents of soldiers out of civilian spaces of the capital, Kenyan presidential spokesman Manoah Espisu told a briefing.Machar and Kiir signed a peace deal in August 2015 to end the conflict, but spent months afterwards wrangling over details.South Sudan's civil war was fought largely along ethnic lines with Kiir, a Dinka, and Machar, a Nuer, drawing support from their respective tribes.
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