South Sudan Rebels Want UN, African Union to Enforce PeaceBy
Machar says President Kiir still violating August peace deal
New states will inflame tribal tensions, insurgent leader says
South Sudanese rebel leader Riek Machar said he’s relying on the United Nations and African Union to enforce a peace deal he signed with President Salva Kiir, after accusing the leader of breaking the pact.
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