Global Week in Review: South Sudan Peace Talks Begin

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  • Critical South Sudan Talks Begin
  • Thousands Evacuated From Central African Republic
  • African Migrants Ask for Asylum in Israel
  • China Crushes Illegal Ivory
  • Syria Rebels Free 50 Captives From Al-Qaeda-Linked Fighters
  • Afghanistan to Free 88 Prisoners
  • Senegal Seizes Russian Trawler for Illegal Fishing
  • Death Threats Suspend Tunisia Constitution Debate

Critical South Sudan Talks Begin

African migrants ask for asylum in Israel, thousands are evacuated from the Central African Republic, plus more global news. Natelege Whaley(@Natelege).



Peace talks between South Sudanese rebels and a government delegation began Tuesday in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Abba, in efforts to end three weeks of violence that has killed at least 1,000 and forced more than 121,000 from their homes. (Photo: Rebecca Vassie/AP Photo)

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