juba - South Sudanese President Salva Kiir wants extra UN troops permit in his country. The United Nations Sunday expressed their willingness to send more manpower to ensure safety. Kiir said Thursday that there are already 12,000 foreign troops in his country and that more troops are not accepted.
a civil war, in which tens of thousands of people have been slain in the youngest country in the world two years raged and an estimated 2.5 million civilians have fled. With the inauguration of former rebel leader Riek Machar as vice president in April seemed to peace closer. Just before the fifth anniversary of independence on July 9 broke out around the capital Juba again battles in which hundreds were killed.
Although this is frequently violated, there is since Monday a cease-fire in force.
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