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UN Mission in South Sudan
EU Aviation Security Mission in South Sudan
South Sudan has integrated former rebel groups into the rank and file of its regular army and other security organs, ending several months of behind-the-scene negotiations.
Sudan and South Sudan members of the joint security committee reached an understanding on different complaints and claims related to presence of rebel groups in both countries.
South Sudanese President Salva Kiir has issued a series of presidential decrees calling for former rebel fighters who have accepted the government's amnesty offer to be integrated into the army. … The Geneva-based Small Arms Survey has credited Kiir’s amnesty offers with decreasing the number of...
Beset by enormous challenges in extending the Government's authority, deadly inter-communal conflict, and human rights abuses by the security forces, South Sudan is “travelling a bumpy road” despite some positive signs, the top United Nations envoy for the world's youngest nation warned today.
Senior officials in South Sudan have announced that relations with Sudan are moving in the right direction and expressed hope that cooperation between the two countries can develop into integration, describing tepidity and tensions which marked relations of the two neighbors as “temporary and...
Khartoum and Juba agree on disarmament cooperation (09.11.2013)
The neighboring states of north and south Sudan agreed on joint cooperation in the areas of disarmament, demobilization and reintegration, community security projects and control of small arms as well as promoting peace building between border communities.