South Sudan: UN Mission welcomes deal to resolve conflict in long-troubled Pibor

May 2014
African Business News;5/14/2014, p25
The article reports that the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has praised the signing of an agreement between the Government and the South Sudan Democratic Movement/Army on the peaceful resolution of the conflict in Greater Pibor County, Jonglei state.


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