The International Committee of the Red Cross says South Sudan's peace deal is a positive step

The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) says the signing of a peace agreement between South Sudan's warring parties is a hopeful sign that a sustainable solution can be found for a conflict that has had tragic consequences for millions of civilians. This as rivals President Salva Kiir and rebel Chief Riek Machar are set to formally sign a peace agreement at a summit of regional leaders in Ethiopia this week. The rivals have already approved a deal that was negotiated during weeks of talks between the warring factions. However, several peace deals have been signed between the two leaders previously, only to be broken thereafter. For more on this issue here's the ICRC's Crystal Wells.....