South Sudanese Sign Peace Deal


South Sudanese rebels and the government have signed an agreement that could end weeks of deadly violence, following weeks of talks in Ethiopia with representatives of President Salva Kiir and anti-government forces.
  • South Sudan:  Rebels Accuse Army of Violating Ceasefire

    Sudan Tribune, 24 January 2014

    The rebel Sudan People's Liberation Movement/Army in Opposition (SPLM/A In Opposition) have accused the South Sudanese army of violating the cessation of hostilities agreement, ... read more »

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  • South Sudan:  'The Agreement Won't Be Enough'

    Deutsche Welle, 23 January 2014

    South Sudans rebels and the government have signed a peace deal. In an interview with DW, South Sudan analyst Eric Reeves says he hopes the pact will end fighting which has killed ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  Ceasefire Agreement Signed

    Voice of America, 23 January 2014

    Negotiators for the South Sudan government and opposition forces signed two agreements Thursday to end nearly six weeks of conflict that have claimed thousands of lives and ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  Leaders Sign Ceasefire

    ENOUGH Project, 23 January 2014

    Today, South Sudan's government and opposition forces signed a cessation of hostilities agreement in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. read more »

  • South Sudan:  Factions Set to Sign Cease-Fire

    Voice of America, 23 January 2014

    South Sudanese rebels and the government are scheduled to sign an agreement that could end weeks of deadly violence. read more »

  • South Sudan:  S. Sudan Demands Apology From UN Over Bor Camp Dispute

    Sudan Tribune, 22 January 2014

    The South Sudanese government is demanding the United Nation Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) to apologise in written form after it refused to allow the minister of information to ... read more »

  • Sudan:  Analysis - South Sudan's President Can Moan, but the UN Will Keep Picking Up His Slack

    Daily Maverick, 23 January 2014

    South Sudanese President Salva Kiir is not happy with the United Nations, which he accuses of running a "parallel government" to his own. He may have a point, but if so, he's only ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  South Sudan Blasts Calls for Placing Country Under UN Trusteeship

    Sudan Tribune, 22 January 2014

    The South Sudanese government said on Wednesday it categorically rejects calls to place the country under the trusteeship of the United Nations, arguing that such suggestions, even ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  Blunders At Bor's UNMISS Compound

    South Sudan News Agency, 22 January 2014

    Enter but with no guns and uniformed men, Minister Makuei was told. Now, this is being twisted by President Kiir and company! read more »

  • Africa:  South Sudan Leaders 'Learnt Nothing' From 50 Years of Independence

    African Arguments, 22 January 2014

    Its birth was Caesarean, sliced out of the Republic of Sudan by American surgeons. Reacting to an extraordinary coalition of African Americans and right wing Christian ... read more »

South Sudan President Salva Kiir.

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