South Sudan Says It’s Seeking More Details on PeacekeepersBy
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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