South Sudan: SPLM convention in Juba aims to reunify party

The Sudan People's Liberation Movement, which fractured at the beginning of the civil war, is holding a reunification convention, but with leading figures absent, it remains to be seen what can be achieved.

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    South Sudan's ruling party is hoping to unite the different factions that split after the civil war began broke out almost five years ago.

    It's holding a three-day convention aimed at to implementing a 2015 agreement signed in Tanzania.

    Al Jazeera’s Hiba Morgan has more from the capital, Juba.


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