In South Sudan ghost town, peace deal not yet a reality


MALAKAL, South Sudan (Reuters) – Yellow flowered vines crawl through empty window frames and up crumbling brick walls. Electricity poles are slanting along the road, cables hanging dead from their arms. The sign for Malakal’s city council is riddled with bullet holes.

A Bangladeshi Navy (R) and an Indian army peacekeepers with UNMISS (UN Mission in South Sudan) take part in a patrol on the white Nile near the town of Malakal, in the Upper Nile state of South Sudan, September 8, 2018. REUTERS/Baz Ratner

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