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UN Mission in South Sudan
Beginn: 07/11

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In Juba, UN peacekeeping chief urges political solution for South Sudanese crisis (21.03.2017)

The security situation in South Sudan is “very worrisome,” the head of United Nations peacekeeping operations today said, warning that the number of people fleeing the country showing no signs of slowing, and calling for a political solution to the hostilities.

South Sudan regional force to be deployed within weeks: UN (21.03.2017)

South Sudan additional Regional Protection Force (RPF) will be deployed in the next few weeks, said the outgoing head of UN peacekeeping operations Hervé Ladsous on Tuesday. … He explained that the delay was caused by tergiversation of the South Sudanese government to accept the resolution in a...

South Sudan now world's fastest growing refugee crisis – UN refugee agency (17.03.2017)

The number of South Sudanese fleeing their homes is “alarming,” the United Nations refugee agency today said, announcing that 1.6 million people have either been displaced or fled to neighbouring countries in the past eight months ago.

South Sudan government to blame for famine, still buying arms: UN report (17.03.2017)

South Sudan's government is mainly to blame for famine in parts of the war-torn country, yet President Salva Kiir is still boosting his forces using millions of dollars from oil sales, according to a confidential United Nations report.

South Sudan rebel group demands re-start of peace process (15.03.2017)

The leader of the National Salvation Front (NAS), a new rebel group, wants South Sudan’s peace process to be re-started. Lt. Gen. Thomas Cirillo Swaka, in a letter addressed to the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation claimed the peace process initiated after August 2015 “has clearly failed, resulting...

AU, South Sudan stalling on human rights court: UN (15.03.2017)

The African Union and South Sudan are failing in their joint responsibility to set up a court to prosecute atrocities in the central African country and are not co-operating with a United Nations inquiry, a UN investigator said.

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