South Sudan's government said Friday it was pulling out of peace talks to end a 20-month long civil war after rebel forces split, despite international threats of sanctions.
"We suspend the peace talks until the two rebel factions sort out their differences," top government official Louis Lobong said, after meetings with President Salva Kiir.
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