Opposition forces have began taking up positions in South Sudan’s capital Juba, in preparation for the arrival their leader, Riek Machar, who is expected in the country on the18th of this month. At least 900 opposition forces have now pitched camp in Juba. The peace deal signed between the warring parties in 2015, provides that security of Juba to be manned by joint forces from the government and opposition.
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