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UN Security Council to meet Sunday on South Sudan fighting: Diplomats

AFP , Sunday 10 Jul 2016
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The UN Security Council will hold a closed door meeting Sunday on renewed fighting in the capital of South Sudan, diplomats said.

Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said he was "shocked and appalled" by the fighting between rebel and government forces in the capital Juba and called on both sides to halt the violence.

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