UNITED NATIONS - A ceasefire in South Sudan's capital Juba appears to be "largely holding, barring sporadic gunfire" and United Nations peacekeepers were able to carry out a limited number of short patrols on Tuesday, a UN spokesman said in New York.
"(The UN. mission) also reports that the airport in the capital has been reopened, although commercial flights remain suspended," UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said.
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