South Sudan's vice president responds to report over misuse of aid

The government of south Sudan has cautioned its former First Vice President Riek Machar that it will not accept threats of armed conflicts. Juba - A respected South Sudan journalist, Isaac Vuni was reportedly found dead alongside a road, three months after he was abducted from his home by unknown gunmen.

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