February 21, 2013 (JUBA) – A rebel leader in South Sudan’s troubled Jonglei state has vowed to respond to the peace process initiated by local leaders from the area, an official said on Thursday. Ismael Konyi, who represents Pibor county in the Council of States, said David Yau Yau, had agreed to peace talks with the government, but demanded international mediators be part of the process. “He [Yau Yau] demanded [that] UN representatives be present in [the] talks. He said the UN will be (...)
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