South Sudan Helicopters Used in Breach of Cease-Fire, UN SaysBy
Fighting has taken place in oil-rich Upper Nile state capital
Deal signed last month came after multiple truce violations
A cease-fire in South Sudan agreed last month under the threat of an United Nations arms embargo and sanctions was breached on Wednesday when two helicopters fired on the state capital of oil-rich Upper Nile.
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