The United Nations mission in South Sudan says the current ceasefire has largely been observed since it was imposed on Monday night. Clashes between forces loyal to President Salva Kiir and those supporting Vice President Riek Machar took place over five days until a ceasefire was reached at the beginning of this week. Hundreds of people have been killed in the violence. Aid workers say that bodies remain in the streets of the capital, Juba.
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