High school girls walk in the city of Birao, northern Central African Republic, to the Modern High School of Birao on December 21, 2017. AFP / ALEXIS HUGUET
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The United States, Britain and Norway have called on parties in the South Sudan conflict and their field commanders to stop violating the ceasefire signed last month, their head of missions in Juba said Tuesday.There have been at least five violations reported, blamed on both sides in the conflict.The United States, Britain and Norway form a group that supported the 2005 accord leading to the independence of South Sudan from Sudan. They have threatened to impose individual or group sanctions for those violating the cease-fire.
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