South Sudan Rivals Sign Preliminary Peace Deal
The government and main rebel group have signed a preliminary power-sharing deal aimed at ending the country's civil war, but a coalition of nine opposition parties has refused to sign the document, saying their suggestions for the deal were ignored.
South Sudan's President Kiir has signed a peace deal with rebel leader Riek Machar.
Monitor, 24 July 2018
The police in Moyo District are investigating circumstances under which a gunman sneaked into Palorinya Camp and shot dead a refugee previously linked to a South Sudan rebel group… Read more »
South Sudan: Mob Attacks UN Base Over Jobs
Nation, 24 July 2018
Angry mob on Monday attacked a UN compound in South Sudan's Upper Nile State, alleging discrimination against the locals in employment. Read more »
South Sudan: Aid Workers Assaulted in Violent Protests
CAJ News, 25 July 2018
RESIDENTS have attacked aid workers and facilities as protests against economic problems in war-torn South Sudan turned violent this week. Read more »
South Sudan President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar met for peace talks in Uganda on Saturday in an attempt to end a civil war that has gone on for more than four years. ... Read more »