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UN Mission in South Sudan
South Sudan's sacked Vice-President Riek Machar no longer has a role to play as a political leader in the country, the presidency says. President Salva Kiir's spokesman told the BBC Mr Machar "has no space here", and should not return to the country before elections in 2018. Mr Machar, who had...
Machar: 'Committed to the peace agreement' (17.10.2016)
At least 60 people were killed in weekend fighting in Malakal, South Sudan. Rebel leader Riek Machar told DW he remains committed to the peace deal but bemoans a lack of assistance from the international community.
Interview with the UN envoy for Sudan and South Sudan.
South Sudan's never ending war - briefing (12.10.2016)
South Sudan’s conflict has entered a new, more dangerous phase. While there has been no new fighting in the capital, Juba, since a splurge of violence in July, rebellion is spreading across the country. In its wake, refugees are fleeing into neighbouring Uganda and Ethiopia, fearing yet more...
UN mission 'extremely concerned' over increased incidents of violence across South Sudan (12.10.2016)
The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) said today that it is “extremely concerned” over increased reports of violence and armed conflict in various parts of the country in the last few weeks, including heavy artillery and gunfire exchanges between Government and opposition forces in...
A pledge by South Sudan's government to allow the deployment of more U.N. peacekeepers and to improve access for UN troops already on the ground in a bid to avoid an arms embargo is yet to translate into action, UN chief Ban Ki-moon said on Monday.
United Nations peacekeepers stayed in their bases rather than protect civilians during an outbreak of fighting in South Sudan in July, a rights group has said. Chinese UN peacekeepers in the capital Juba “abandoned their posts entirely” at one civilian protection site where tens of thousands had...