Deputy’s Forces On Run After South Sudan Fighting Kills 270By and
Ex-rebels flee after being dislodged from bases around capital
Juba said to be calm Tuesday after four days of clashes
Fighters loyal to South Sudan’s deputy leader are on the run after President Salva Kiir’s soldiers forced them from bases in the capital following days of violence that left at least 272 people dead and raised the prospect of a return to all-out civil war.
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