South Sudanese rebel leader Riek Machar is complaining of attacks by government troops that he says is putting the recent peace agreement in jeopardy. Machar told reporters Monday the government is failing to respect the ceasefire by attacking rebel-held areas.
"When it goes on, it means the peace agreement is not implementable, you know, and if peace agreement is not implementable, then it is just a paper." The attacks could not be independently verified.
Thai authorities investigating this month's Bangkok bomb attack have announced finding more bomb-making materials in a raid on an apartment in the capital.
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