South Sudan Says It’s Seeking More Details on Peacekeepers

  • UN approved plan to send 4,000 more troops to African country
  • Violence escalated in July, throwing peace deal into turmoil

South Sudan wants talks with the international community over a United Nations resolution to send 4,000 more peacekeepers to its capital, Juba, that will have additional powers to protect UN facilities and the civilian population.

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