All You Need to Know About South Sudan's New Power-Sharing Accord
Drawing from interviews with analysts, rights advocates, aid workers, and refugees, this is an assessment of whether the new agreements "represent a major milestone in ending the civil war or are more likely another false dawn for efforts to forge lasting peace".
IRIN, 14 August 2018
After months of negotiations aimed at ending a civil war that has killed tens of thousands of people and forced some 4.5 million from their homes since December 2013, South Sudan's… Read more »
ISS, 17 August 2018
Parties to the South Sudan conflict signed a power-sharing deal on 5 August 2018 in Khartoum. The latest governance arrangement is part of several deals reached in the past few… Read more »
A member of the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) checks the presence of explosive devices near a UN base in Juba.