South Sudan Rebels Sustain Power-Sharing Deal After SetbackBy
Group will discuss concerns with government during transition
More than 10,000 people have died in war that began in 2013
South Sudan’s main rebel movement said it will push ahead with a delayed power-sharing deal to end a two-year civil war even as it opposes the government raising the number of regional states to 28 from 10.
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