South Sudan struggles to unite armed forces under peace deal

Warring sides partially formed a transitional government last Saturday, but a crucial part of the 2018 peace deal is yet to be completed.

    South Sudan's warring sides partially formed a transitional government last Saturday, with the swearing-in of vice presidents from various opposition parties.

    But a crucial part of the 2018 peace deal, which includes uniting the armed forces, is yet to be completed.

    Now some troops are abandoning their camps because of poor conditions.

    Al Jazeera's Hiba Morgan has this report from Maridi.


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