'South Sudan Can't be Divided Into Three' - Peace Deal to Change?
Days after rivals Salva Kirr and Riek Machar signed a peace deal, the rebel movement's director of information and public relations, Mr Mabior Garang de Mabior, says they want amendments to the Framework Agreement signed in Khartoum.
Destruction is evident in Malakal, once South Sudan's second city but now largely deserted. More than 24,000 people now live in a UN protected camp on the outskirts of the town.
South Sudan: UN Chief Welcomes Agreement By Rival Leaders
UN News, 27 June 2018
The United Nations Secretary-General has welcomed an agreement signed on Wednesday by the President of South Sudan and his former Vice President, which it is hoped will lead to an… Read more »
New Times, 27 June 2018
A Formed Police Unit contingent of 160 officers, majority women, left Kigali International Airport for a one-year peacekeeping duty under the UN mission in South Sudan. Read more »
Deutsche Welle, 27 June 2018
After a series of failed peace deals, President Salva Kiir has signed a truce with rebels. The deal also allows the formation of a transitional government ahead of fresh elections. Read more »
President Salva Kirr has said that he feels the suffering of the people directly because he stays with them, understands the economy and knows the market. He said that he "sees the ... Read more »
President Salva Kiir has accepted Riek Machar's return to Juba but will not participate in the would-be transitional government until democratic elections are held. Read more »