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Kiir and rebel chief Riek Machar are under increasing pressure to resolve their differences by 22 February and form a unity government as part of a peace agreement.Kiir and rebel chief Riek Machar are under increasing pressure to resolve their differences by 22 February and form a unity government as part of a peace agreement.

S.Sudan's Kiir says no compromise to end peace deal deadlock

Soldiers grapple with deplorable conditions and formal training hasn't even begun.Soldiers grapple with deplorable conditions and formal training hasn't even begun.

S. Sudan 'unity' army not ready for peace as deadline looms - Daily Nation

The disarray comes as President Salva Kiir and the rebel leader, Riek Machar, face intense pressure to form a coalition government by February 22, a major step in the transition to peace.The disarray comes as President Salva Kiir and the rebel leader, Riek Machar, face intense pressure to form a coalition government by February 22, a major step in the transition to peace.

South Sudan 'unity' army not ready for peace as deadline looms - Daily Monitor

Documents obtained by TNH outline how $10 million of funding for implementing the peace process was allocated. But where did the money go?Documents obtained by TNH outline how $10 million of funding for implementing the peace process was allocated. But where did the money go?

The New Humanitarian | South Sudan peace deal deadline looms as questions linger on financial transparency

Opposition groups demand a reversion to the old administrative units of ten.Opposition groups demand a reversion to the old administrative units of ten.

S. Sudan regional governors vote to retain 32 states - The East African

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir has accused several foreign envoys of bias against his government, as the envoys try to help Kiir and the opposition strike a deal on the number of states in the country.  The president wants to keep the current 32 states, a number he imposed unilaterally during South Sudan's civil war.South Sudan's President Salva Kiir has accused several foreign envoys of bias against his government, as the envoys try to help Kiir and the opposition strike a deal on the number of states in the country.  The president wants to keep the current 32 states, a number he imposed unilaterally during South Sudan's civil war.

Kiir Blames Envoys for Lack of Deal on South Sudanese States | Voice of America - English