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UN Mission in South Sudan
Ethnic cleansing is taking place in some areas of South Sudan and the stage is set for a repeat of the Rwandan genocide, the head of the UN commission of human rights in the country said on Thursday at the end of a 10-day visit.
Expressing deep concern over the impact of a series of bureaucratic impediments and access constraints on relief operations, a senior United Nations humanitarian official in South Sudan has called on all parties to allow free, safe and unhindered humanitarian access to the people in need.
US, UN warn of intensified violence in South Sudan (30.11.2016)
[…] “We have credible information that the South Sudanese government is currently targeting civilians in Central Equatoria and preparing for large-scale attacks in the coming days or weeks,” Keith Harper, the US representative at the UN Human Rights Council, said in Geneva.
Canada extends UN South Sudan deployment (29.11.2016)
Canada has extended its small deployment of soldiers with the United Nations peacekeeping mission in South Sudan this year despite concerns about its viability and soldiers' safety, an internal Canadian government memo showed.
South Sudan's government has said it is ready to accept the deployment of a U.N. regional protection force at any time, after fighting in the capital in July threatened to plunge the nation back into a full-scale civil war.
Japanese peacekeepers arrive in South Sudan (21.11.2016)
Licensed for combat, new contingent of Japanese peacekeepers allowed to use force to protect UN staff and aid workers.