South Sudan: Fighting continues despite peace deal

Some groups that did not sign the peace deal continue to fight against the government forces.

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    South Sudan's peace deal was signed about five months ago to end five years of civil war. But some groups did not sign and they continue to fight against the government forces.

    The United Nations says thousands have been displaced by the recent fighting in a state less than 200km from the capital, with no access to aid.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan reports from Yei River State.


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