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South Sudan president, ex-rebel leader to delay formation of unity government: Uganda

Reuters Thursday, 7 November 2019
South Sudan's president and a former rebel leader agreed on Thursday to delay forming a unity government for 100 days beyond the Nov. 12 deadline, Uganda's presidency said, buying time after concerns that war could resume if the two sides were pushed.
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