At the end of a highly unusual spiritual retreat for the political leaders of warring factions, Pope Francis knelt at the feet of the leaders of South Sudan, begging them to give peace a chance and to be worthy “fathers of the nation.”
As a brother, I ask you to remain in peace. I ask you from my heart, let’s go forward. There will be many problems, but do not be afraid.
He told the leaders.
President Salva Kiir and his rival, the former rebel leader Riek Machar, clashed in 2013, leading to a civil war that left 400,000 people dead. But they signed a peace agreement last year that brought the war to an end.
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