South Sudan rivals Kiir and Machar agree peace deal
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar have agreed a peace deal after a five-month conflict.
The deal calls for an immediate truce and the formation of a transitional government ahead of the drafting of a new constitution and new elections.
The conflict in the world's newest state has left thousands dead and more than one million homeless.
Mariko Oi reports.
10 May 2014