South Sudan peace talks delayed as rebels deny massacre

By Reuters | Tue, 22 Apr 2014 18:07 PM

By Carl Odera and Michelle Nichols

NAIROBI/UNITED NATIONS, April 22 (Reuters) - South Sudan peace talks were delayed again on Tuesday as United Nations peacekeepers battle to protect some 22,000 civilians at a base in Bentiu, where dead bodies lined the dusty streets after an ethnic massacre during rebels' seizure of the oil town.

The U.N. base, guarded by 500 peacekeepers, has come under rocket fire...

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