JUBA (Reuters) - Gunfire erupted again in parts of South Sudan capital Juba on Sunday, a Reuters witness said, after gunbattles between rival troops last week raised fears over a fragile peace process in Africa's newest country.
A Reuters witness said shooting could be heard in Gudele and Jebel suburbs of Juba, near the military barracks that hosts troops loyal to the country's vice president Riek Machar.
(Reporting by Denis Duma; Writing by Elias Biryabarema; Editing by Jane Merriman)
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