Worse Fighting Could Halt South Sudan Oil Output, Monitor Says

  • African nation’s crude production already reduced by civil war
  • Group observing peace deal sees possibility of larger battles

Clashes between South Sudanese forces that re-erupted last month could escalate into larger battles and completely cut the African nation’s already diminished oil output, the group monitoring a peace deal said.

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