South Sudan peace talks resume in Ethiopia
Mediator: South Sudan peace talks, derailed by sporadic fighting, resume in Ethiopia
Associated Press
2014-03-25 09:01 PM

ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (AP) -- A regional bloc says peace talks between South Sudan's warring factions have resumed in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa.

The bloc known as IGAD, which has been mediating the South Sudan conflict, said in a statement Tuesday that the talks resumed after all the parties arrived in Ethiopia.

The statement said mediators are consulting with the parties on "the conduct of a political dialogue (toward) national reconciliation and healing."

Despite a ceasefire and international calls for calm, South Sudan's warring factions have continued to fight for control of strategic towns.

The IGAD statement said mediators are "gravely concerned" about continued fighting and urged the international community to put pressure on both sides "to stop the war."

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