September 07, 2015



October 02

  • South Sudan: Nation at a Crossroads

    IRIN

    The failure of peace talks and the end of South Sudan's wet season could unleash fresh fighting between government forces and rebel factions, propelling millions of people in the... Read more »



October 01



September 30

  • South Sudan: Four South Sudan Soldiers Killed in Pay Dispute

    VOA

    Officials in Central Equatoria state said Tuesday that four soldiers were killed and several more wounded in a shootout at a military barracks in Yei River county, in the south of... Read more »

  • Uganda: Juba Accident - Drivers Arrested, Says Police

    Observer

    Drivers of the vehicles involved in Monday's deadly crash on the Gulu-Nimule road have been arrested, the police said today. Read more »

  • Africa: As Global Crises Multiply, UN Official Urges Rethink for Overstretched Humanitarian System

    UN News

    The global humanitarian system has become dangerously overburdened as it faces a widening front of crises and conflicts, the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees warned... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Lakes State - 12 Killed in Fresh Revenge Attack

    Sudan Tribune

    Fresh clashes in South Sudan's Lakes state on Monday left at least 12 people from one family dead, authorities told Sudan Tribune. The revenge attack occurred in Lakes state... Read more »

  • South Sudan: EU Reiterates Support for Development in South Sudan

    Sudan Tribune

    The European Union ambassador to South Sudan said the EU is committed to supporting the peace process and development in the country, describing the violence which erupted in... Read more »

  • South Sudan: South Sudan - UN Agencies Reach More Than Half a Million People With Life-Saving Aid

    UN News

    Two United Nations agencies have reached more than half a million people, including 100,000 children under the age of five, in the most remote and conflict-hit areas of South Sudan... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Govt Optimistic of Peace Deal With Rebels

    Sudan Tribune

    The South Sudanese government has expressed optimism at the prospect of reaching a peaceful settlement to the country's ongoing conflict in which thousands of lives have been lost... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Lawmakers Pass Welfare Bill

    Sudan Tribune

    Majority of South Sudanese lawmakers on Tuesday unanimously passed a bill that caters for their welfare. Charles Malinga, the chairperson for members' affairs committee had... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Genesis of Lakes State Crisis (part 1) [opinion]

    Sudan Tribune

    Lakes State Comprises of eight Counties and most of them are for Dinka tribes but different sub-clans perceptions are too different with each others in the state. There has been... Read more »

  • South Sudan: UN Agencies Say 500,000 Assisted in S. Sudan

    VOA

    Two U.N. agencies say they have assisted more than 500,000 people in parts of South Sudan hit hardest by the country's nine-month conflict. UNICEF and the World Food Program say... Read more »

  • South Sudan: Unicef and WFP - Missions Reach More Than 500,000 in South Sudan [press release]

    WFP

    The Joint Unicef WFP teams - bringing assistance via plane and helicopter - have now reached more than 500,000 people including 100,000 children under the age of 5. The 25th joint... Read more »



September 29

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