In South Sudan, the rebel chief, Riek Machar, has arrived in the country’s capital Juba to take the post of vice president as part of a deal to end the civil war. Machar arrived aboard a UN plane amid tight security from the government and opposition forces. He is expected to head immediately to the presidential palace to be sworn in alongside his arch rival, President Salva Kiir. This will mark the beginning of a 30-month transitional period under a unity government.
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