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Africa Despite concerns, South Sudan peace deal signed by president

Salva Kiir said he had faced intimidation during the peace process and added negotiations were "carelessly" handled by regional and world leaders.

Pete Muller/AP/File

South Sudan's president signed a peace deal on Wednesday to end a 20-month conflict with rebels, but he told regional African leaders at the ceremony that he had "serious reservations."

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