Riek Machar, South Sudanese Rebel Leader, looks on during an interview at his residence on August 31, 2015 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. AFP PHOTO / ZACHARIAS ABUBEKER
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South Sudan's rebel chief Monday accused the government of breaking a ceasefire, jeopardizing a peace agreement aimed to end the country's 20-month civil war.President Salva Kiir Wednesday signed a peace accord, already signed by Machar.The ceasefire came into effect Saturday evening, hours after fresh clashes between government forces and rebels.Over two million people have fled their homes in a war marked by ethnic killings, gang rapes and the use of child soldiers.
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