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UN Mission in South Sudan
The South Sudanese army (SPLA) says it has observed a huge military build-up at the border with neighbouring Sudan with which it has been unable to settle a number of post-secession differences.
A new report by the Stimson Center and the Sudd Institute (“Will They Protect Us for the Next 10 Years? Challenges Faced by the UN Peacekeeping Mission in South Sudan”) finds that the U.N. Security Council and UNMISS must make hard choices about whom to protect against the threat of widespread...
South Sudan’s president Salva Kiir on Friday accused IGAD (Intergovernmental Authority on Development) of allegedly delaying peace talks to end the country’s 11-month-long conflict, which has killed thousand and displaced millions of people.
South Sudan crisis: conflicts hits three states (10.11.2014)
Government and rebel forces have clashed in three states in South Sudan, just days after their leaders agreed to unconditionally end fighting.
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has applauded the measures adopted by the group of African states working to end the simmering tensions in South Sudan and voiced hope that peace could quickly return to the young country, according to a United Nations spokesperson.
Sudan’s defence minister, Abdel-Rahim Mohamed Hussein, said South Sudan has refused to establish the Safe Demilitarised Border Zone (SDBZ), hampering the implementation of the signed security agreement.
Australian Ambassador Gary Quinlan, whose country currently chairs the 15-member Council, said Tuesday there is "considerable interest" in targeted sanctions and an arms embargo, but he did not announce a timetable.