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UN Mission in South Sudan
The arrival in Juba of South Sudan’s first vice-president-designate, Riek Machar should open a new chapter for the world’s youngest nation and allow “the real transition to begin,” the United Nations peacekeeping head, Herve Ladsous told the Security Council on Tuesday.
UN bases in South Sudan are 'a blessing and a curse' (26.04.2016)
180,000 people shelter in six UN sites across South Sudan but, after the Malakal attack, the UN must try to rebuild trust in its ability to protect.
The United Nations on Tuesday pushed South Sudan's rival sides to quickly form a new unity government after rebel leader Riek Machar returned to Juba and was sworn in as vice president. Machar's return on a UN plane marked an important step in the international effort to force the rebel and...
Riek Machar 'delayed over weapons dispute' (21.04.2016)
Disagreement over weapons is preventing rebel leader from returning to Juba to form unity government, officials say.
South Sudan peace at risk - monitors (20.04.2016)
The peace deal in South Sudan is at risk after the failure of rebel leader Riek Machar to return to the capital, Juba, the monitors who brokered the agreement have warned. He had been due on Monday to take up the post of first vice-president in a new unity government.
The U.N. refugee agency reports new fighting and severe food shortages in previously peaceful areas of South Sudan are causing thousands of people to flee into neighboring countries.