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South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir in Addis Ababa is pictured on January 4, 2013 ahead of a meeting with Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemarian Desalegn and Thabo Mbeki, the chief mediator for peace talks between Sudan and South Sudan. Kiir is in the Ethiopian capital on Hailemariam’s invitation to meet with his Sudanese counterpart, Omar al Bashir, to push for progress on stalled oil, border and security talks. The two former civil war foes signed a raft of agreements in September, but none have yet been implemented, with the South accusing Khartoum of fresh attacks this week. Negotiations between the two rivals have been ongoing since Juba split from the North in July 2012, and though a series of deals have been forged, none have been successfully put in place. AFP PHOTO/JENNY VAUGHAN. (Photo credit should read JENNY VAUGHAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir in Addis Ababa is pictured on January 4, 2013 ahead of a meeting with Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemarian Desalegn and Thabo Mbeki, the chief mediator for peace talks between Sudan and South Sudan. Kiir is in the Ethiopian capital on Hailemariam’s invitation to meet with his Sudanese counterpart, Omar al Bashir, to push for progress on stalled oil, border and security talks. The two former civil war foes signed a raft of agreements in September, but none have yet been implemented, with the South accusing Khartoum of fresh attacks this week. Negotiations between the two rivals have been ongoing since Juba split from the North in July 2012, and though a series of deals have been forged, none have been successfully put in place. AFP PHOTO/JENNY VAUGHAN. (Photo credit should read JENNY VAUGHAN/AFP/Getty Images)
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