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South Sudan Salva Kiir and Riek Machar sign cease fire

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South Sudan’s warring leaders agreed to a “permanent” ceasefire on Wednesday while meeting for peace talks in Sudan’s capital Khartoum.

The deal has raised hopes that the country’s civil war will end

World Cup :Incredible : South Korea eliminate Germany 2-0 ,Sweden sweep Mexico 3-0

Defending champions Germany have been eliminated from the World Cup at the group stages following defeat by South Korea, in one of the biggest shocks in the competition’s history.

The four-time winners crashed out in ignominious fashion – conceding twice in injury time as they pressed for the goal which would have sent them through.

In an astonishing and enthralling end to the match, Kim Young-gwon’s 92nd-minute goal – which was initially ruled out for offside before being awarded after a video assistant referee decision – left Germany on the brink of elimination.

Worse was to come for the world’s number one ranked side, however, when deep into stoppage time and appearing increasingly desperate, goalkeeper Manuel Neuer lost possession in the opponents’ half.

Ju Se-jong launched it forward where Son Heung-min tapped into an empty net to score the second.

That prompted jubilant celebrations from the South Koreans, while some Germany fans inside the shocked stadium were left in tears four years after watching their national team lift the trophy in Rio; a competition in which they beat the hosts Brazil 7-1 in the semi-finals.

Sweden propelled themselves into the World Cup knockout stage with a handsome victory over Mexico that qualified them as Group F winners and condemned Germany to early elimination.

Mexico, undone on the counter attack and from the penalty spot before conceding an own goal, joined Sweden in reaching the next round as runners-up despite the defeat as a result of the defending champions also losing..

Sweden also had a first-half penalty claim for a handball by Javier Hernandez denied despite going to a VAR review, but in the end it mattered little after their three second-half goals.

Ludwig Augustinsson fired Sweden ahead five minutes after the break when a Viktor Claesson mis-hit inadvertently found him free at the far post, before Andreas Granqvist smashed home a penalty 12 minutes later following Hector Moreno’s trip on Marcus Berg.

Mexico – who went close through a curling Carlos Vela effort in the first half – pressed hard for a reply but were punished again when Edson Alvarez clumsily turned an attempted clearance past his own keeper.

Juan Carlos Osorio’s side, so brilliant in their previous two wins over Germany and South Korea, should have had a goal to show from their underwhelming performance but Vela’s late header was dismal.

The teams will find out who they play in the next round later this evening, after the final round of matches in Group E.

As it stands Sweden would face Switzerland, while Mexico, who have been knocked out in the last 16 of every World Cup since 1994, will most likely play Brazil.

Word cup ; Nigeria 1-2 Argentina, Denmark 0-0 France

Marcos Rojo scored a fine late volley to send Argentina through to the last 16 of the 2018 World Cup with a dramatic victory over Nigeria in St Petersburg.

Israel praises UN condemnation of terrorists’ use of human shields

Israel expressed satisfaction Tuesday after the United Nations condemned the use of civilians as human shields by terrorist organizations.

Supreme Court upholds Trump’s travel ban

T​he Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld President Trump’s travel ban from five Muslim majority countries rejecting arguments that it was prompted by discrimination against Muslims or

Bloomberg considering run for president as a democrat

Mike Bloomberg is mulling another run for president but as a Democrat, sources close to the former three-term mayor said

President Kiir ‘willing’ to work with Rebel Chief Riek Machar

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South Sudanese President Salva Kiir has asserted his willingness to work with rebel leader Riek Machar to achieve lasting peace.

South Sudanese parties to sign framework agreement Wednesday

South Sudan rival parties have achieved some progress in Khartoum peace talks as they are expected to sign a framework agreement for a detailed deal to be signed at the end of the talks within two weeks.