South Sudan Leaders Given More Time to Reach Peace Deal

March 12, 2015 7:29 PM

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A U.N. diplomat says South Sudan's warring factions have been given more time by the Security Council and the African Union to finalize a peace deal before possible sanctions.

Ismael Abraoo Gaspar Martin, Angola's ambassador to the U.N. and chairman of talks held Thursday, says they made the decision because it takes time to create cohesion.

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