South Sudan’s cabinet postponed elections and extended President Salva Kiir’s term in office for two years, the country’s information minister said, apparently sinking a peace agreement aimed to end 14 months of war. “We have passed a resolution extending the tenure of the president and the parliament, including all elected positions,” Information Minister Michael Makuei...
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