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South Sudan's president says he will sign peace accord

President Salva Kiir arrives to the John Garang Mausoleum grounds in Juba, South Sudan on July 9, 2015The president of South Sudan has told US Secretary of State John Kerry that he intends to sign a peace accord meant to end the civil war in that country, the State Department said Wednesday. On Monday, President Salva Kiir initialed part of the power-sharing deal, but said he would wait until early September before finalizing it. Kerry spoke with Kiir by telephone Wednesday, State Department spokesman John Kirby said.

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