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South Sudan declared independence from north Sudan in July under the terms of a 2005 peace agreement that ended decades of civil war.

Its government is now struggling to assert control over an underdeveloped territory roughly the size of France.

The country has been plagued by ethnic clashes over cattle, territory and blood feuds for decades but violence has risen, fuelled by a flood of weapons left over from the civil war and other conflicts.

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