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  • US calls back ambassador from South Sudan

    The United States, a key supporter of South Sudan, said it was calling back its ambassador for consultations as it shows frustration with dueling leaders’ failure to form a government. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo wrote on Twitter that he called back the ambassador “as we re-evaluate our relationship with the government of South Sudan.” [

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  • US calls its ambassador to South Sudan back to Washington

    US calls its ambassador to South Sudan back to Washington amid frustration over peace deal

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  • US calls its ambassador to South Sudan back to Washington

    JOHANNESBURG (AP) - The United States has called its ambassador to South Sudan back to Washington for consultations as Washington reevaluates its relationship with the country after a delay in implementing a fragile peace deal. The unusual public statement Monday by the State Department was echoed in a tweet by

    The Washington Times
  • US calls its ambassador to South Sudan back to Washington

    JOHANNESBURG (AP) — The U.S. has called its ambassador to South Sudan back to Washington for consultations as Washington reevaluates its relationship with the country after a delay in implementing a

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  • US calls its ambassador to South Sudan back to Washington

    US calls its ambassador to South Sudan back to Washington amid frustration over peace deal

    Washington Post
  • US calls its ambassador to South Sudan back to Washington

    JOHANNESBURG (AP) " The United States has called its ambassador to South Sudan back to Washington for consultations as Washington reevaluates its relationship with the country after a delay in implementing a fragile peace deal.The unusual public statement Monday by the State Department was echoed in a tweet by Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as the U.S. signaled its frustration with the failure of South Sudan's rivals to meet this month's deadline to form a coalition government. [

    The Palm Beach Post
  • US Senate panel backs calls to free De Lima

    A panel of the US Senate has unanimously approved a bipartisan resolution calling on the Philippine government to release Sen. Leila de Lima, who they believe was illegally detained, and drop the “politically motivated” charges against her. by Cecille Suerte Felipe

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