Are Neighbours Prolonging South Sudan War?
Adama Dieng, the UN special advisor for prevention of genocide, has accused Kenya and Uganda of fueling the four-year-old civil war by serving as conduits for arms to combatants.
East Africa: Kenya, Uganda Accused of Prolonging South Sudan War
East African, 30 January 2018
Kenya and Uganda are aiding to prolong the four-year-old civil war in South Sudan by serving as conduits for arms to combatants, a United Nations official said on Monday. Read more »
Civilians fleeing Kajo Keji county, toward the southern border with Uganda (file photo).
South Sudan: UN Refugee Chief Calls for Peace in South Sudan
VOA, 31 January 2018
The ratio of South Sudanese refugees to local residents in the Arua district is now 1 to 4, according to the U.N. refugee agency. That puts nearly a quarter-million refugees in… Read more »
Observer, 24 January 2018
Over the last four years, persistent conflict and unrest in South Sudan have resulted in high levels of displacement. Read more »
South Sudan: South Sudan Remains on Bottom of World Freedom Index
VOA, 25 January 2018
Once again, South Sudan is ranked among the least democratic countries in the world, according to Freedom House’s annual report on freedom around the world. The report,… Read more »
East African, 17 January 2018
Civil societies in South Sudan have urged the regional bloc mediating peace in the war-torn country to take action against those violating the ceasefire agreement signed in… Read more »
South Sudan: Is Another Rebellion Brewing in South Sudan?
East African, 13 January 2018
The whereabouts of former South Sudan chief of general staff Gen Paul Malong are unknown, with President Salva Kiir's regime fearing that he could instigate a new conflict. Read more »