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UN Mission in South Sudan
UN sanctions six commanders in South Sudan conflict (01.07.2015)
Three government military generals and three rebel commanders are now subject to a global travel ban and asset freeze.
The South Sudanese armed forces may have committed widespread human rights abuses, including the alleged raping and immolation of women and girls, during the recent upsurge in fighting across the African State, according to a new report released by the United Nations mission in the country (UNMISS).
The chief mediator in South Sudan peace talks said on Thursday he hoped a new "compromise" proposal would put an end to 18 months of ethnic bloodletting in the world's youngest country
The UN’s peacekeeping chief expressed his frustration with South Sudan’s leaders Wednesday, saying President Salva Kiir and his government have denied repeated requests for the UN mission there to use equipment needed to protect civilians.
South Sudan president rejects new IGAD proposal (17.06.2015)
South Sudanese president Salva Kiir has reiterated his rejection of a new peace proposal by Intergovernmental Authority on development (IGAD) mediators, aiming to end the 18-month conflict in which several lives have been lost and millions more displaced since December 2013.
South Sudan has accused neighbouring Sudanese government of carrying out air attacks inside South Sudan at a border area in the oil-rich Upper Nile state on Tuesday. … The Sudanese army recently intensified attacks on the positions of the rebel SPLM-N, which controls some areas near the Upper Nile...
South Sudan’s latest talks begin in Ethiopia (09.06.2015)
South Sudan’s negotiators are once again gathering in Ethiopia to try to solve the 18 month old conflict dividing the world’s youngest country. The warring factions only have one month left to form an internationally-mandated power-sharing government.