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South Sudan says will attack rebel stronghold if ceasefire rejected

Published: 12.28.13, 15:19 / Israel News

South Sudan troops will attack the main stronghold of rebel forces loyal to former Vice President Riek Machar if the government's offer of a ceasefire is rejected, a senior minister said on Saturday.

 

The government offered an olive branch to the rebels on Friday, proposing a ceasefire and saying it would release eight of 11 senior politicians, widely seen to be Machar allies, arrested over an alleged coup plot against President Salva Kiir. (Reuters)

 

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