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UN Mission in South Sudan
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) is considering sanctions on both sides of the South Sudanese conflict for continued fighting despite several commitments to honour a signed ceasefire agreement.
Delegates at peace talks for South Sudan have reached preliminary agreement on withdrawing foreign forces that have been fighting in the country since conflict broke out 14 months ago, a participant in the negotiations said Tuesday.
“The volatile security environment is a direct illustration of the parties’ continued lack of political will,” UN Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations Hervé Ladsous told the Security Council in a briefing. “The Government and opposition do not seem to take the political negotiations...
Deputy foreign affairs minister Peter Bashir Gbandi told Sudan Tribune on Wednesday that there has been significant progress in negotiations, expressing hope that a peace deal could be reached in the coming days.
Riek Machar's South Sudan rebel group fractures (18.02.2015)
Former South Sudan vice president Riek Machar's rebel group splintered on Wednesday when a senior official announced in Nairobi that he is breaking away and setting up his own opposition movement.
Report of the Secretary-General on South Sudan (17.02.2015)
The United Nations Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA) said Monday that unidentified gunmen opened fire on one of its planes last week as if came in to land at Kadugli airport in Southern Kordofan in Sudan.