South Sudan Rejects Govt Without Salva Kirr

South Sudan government have rejected any proposal to form an interim government without either President Salva Kiir or former vice-president Riek Machar, now leader of the rebellion.

  • South Sudan:  Juba Rejects Interim Govt Without Kiir

    Sudan Tribune, 24 February 2014

    South Sudan government on Monday rejected any proposal to form an interim government without either President Salva Kiir or its former vice-president Riek Machar who now leads a ... read more »

Displaced civilians taking shelter at a United Nations compound on the southwestern outskirts of Juba.

  • South Sudan:  Rebels Seek Political Reforms to Build New Nation

    Sudan Tribune, 24 February 2014

    South Sudanese rebels group - the SPLM-in-Opposition on Monday said it hopes the new round of peace talks in neighbouring Ethiopia will secure the political and security sector ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  Analysts Debate Way Forward for South Sudan (analysis)

    Voice of America, 24 February 2014

    South Sudan has been independent for nearly three years. The Sudan People's Liberation Movement, which had fought a decades-long war from the Republic of Sudan, assumed control of ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  Army Says Killed 200 Dissident Forces, As Rebels Deny

    Sudan Tribune, 24 February 2014

    South Sudan army spokesperson claimed on Monday that their forces killed nearly 200 rebels who launched attacks on government positions in Gadiang, about 90km north of Jonglei ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  The Mass Graves of Bor, South Sudan

    UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 24 February 2014

    A handful of volunteers in almost deserted Bor, capital of South Sudan's Jonglei State, remove dead bodies from homes, put them in body bags donated by the International Committee ... read more »

  • South Sudan:  New Clashes Erupt

    Voice of America, 24 February 2014

    Clashes erupted at the weekend between pro- and anti-government forces in Jonglei state, the largest state in South Sudan, officials from both sides said Monday. read more »

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