Gunfire heard in South Sudan capital - witness
JUBA Jan 5 (Reuters) - Gunshots were heard in the Southern Sudanese capital, Juba, on Sunday, a Reuters witness said, as peace talks between rebels and the government faced further delay in neighbouring Ethiopia.
The sustained gunfire came from the direction of the military headquarters of the government SPLA forces. (Reporting by Carl Odera; Editing by Richard Lough)
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