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UN Mission in South Sudan
The South Sudanese government has welcomed and commended the African Union (AU) for releasing a report, which it said found no evidence of genocide committed in the country’s ongoing war and recommended the need for reconciliation.
South Sudan's warring factions may face further international pressure if they do not reach a peace deal by August 17, United States President Barack Obama has said.
Talks led by East Africa’s IGAD offer the best chance to end South Sudan’s spreading war. International partners must put aside their disillusionment and rally to the regional body’s new IGAD-PLUS mechanism to help mediators reach a deal.
South Sudanese government forces attacked and killed scores of civilians, carried out public gang rapes and burned people alive during a recent military offensive in northern Unity State, a Human Rights Watch said on Wednesday.
IGAD calls on South Sudanese warring parties to sign final peace agreement by mid-August (12.07.2015)
A new timetable has emerged for the long awaited resumption of the peace talks between warring parties in South Sudan under the mediation of the East African regional bloc, IGAD.
The government of the oil-rich Unity state in South Sudan announced on Sunday it would not allow the return of the head of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), Mary Cummins, in the state over the human right reports charging government forces for having carried out human right abuses...
UN official calls for arms embargo on South Sudan (08.07.2015)
The UN’s head of peacekeeping, Hervé Ladsous, urged the Security Council on Wednesday to impose a comprehensive arms embargo on both the government and opposition in South Sudan. … The United States, China and Russia have all previously resisted the idea of an embargo.