South Sudan Accepts Deployment of Extra 4,000 UN TroopsBy
Nation says will vet countries providing soldiers, armament
Government minister says may not require all peace keepers
South Sudan accepted the deployment of 4,000 troops to the United Nations mission in the country and agreed to lift all restrictions on the peace keepers as well as allow the free movement for humanitarian workers, a government official said.
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