The United States evacuated its staff from Embassy in South Sudan after during fighting in the capital killed dozens of people, including a Chinese peacekeeper.
The state Department said Sunday that the security situation in Juba has undergone a "sudden and serious deterioration". The clash between government troops and opposition forces broke out with renewed vigor.
The security Council of the United Nations, who held a private meeting in new York on Sunday, said that it is outrageous to attack civilians. It is a war crime.
He urged President Salva Kiir and his rival, Vice-President of Rijeka Macaroni to control its military forces, to prevent the spread of violence and to sign the agreement on cease-fire. Fighting broke out on Thursday. Troops loyal to President Kiir punches with those who support the Vice-President.
Fighting broke out again on Sunday and ended with firing, after a lull on Saturday when a young country marked the fifth anniversary of its independence from Sudan. Japanese Ambassador Koro Bessho confirmed the death of a Chinese soldier. Chinese and Rwandan peacekeepers were also injured.
Earlier the information Minister of South Sudan stated that the government "fully controls" the capital Juba, despite the statements of the United Nations, which reported violence in the past weekend.
Worship services were interrupted as a result of the fighting between troops loyal to President and those who support the Vice-President, but the violence has since subsided, the Minister of information had said Micheal Makui broadcasting Corporation southern Sudan.
The weekend violence erupted when Kiir and Machar met to discuss the previous clashes between their forces. Outside the presidential complex where the meeting took place, began shooting .
Pockets of violence broke out on Thursday evening, and on Friday, soldiers loyal to President staged a gunfight with the people of Machar. During clashes killed about 150 people.
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