South Sudan government suspends peace talks with rebels
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South Sudan's government suspends negotiations to halt a nearly two-year-long civil war, calling on rebel factions to sort out their differences. Meanwhile, doctors in Ghana agree to prolong strike action for a further two weeks, applying pressure to the government for clearer work conditions. And in the northern Nigerian city of Kano, strict legislation and poor infrastructure are hitting industries hard. We bring you part two of a special report on businesses on the brink of collapse.
Produced by Rochelle Ferguson Bouyahi and Phoebe Lanzer Wood
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