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UN Mission in South Sudan
EU calls for expanded arms embargo on South Sudan (17.12.2014)
The European Union has slapped an arms embargo on South Sudan over its failure to resolve the country’s ongoing conflict, calling on the international community to also consider taking tougher action.
UN: Tens of thousands dead in South Sudan war (16.12.2014)
The UN Security Council blamed South Sudan's "man-made political, security and humanitarian catastrophe" on ist feuding leaders on Monday, as the world body threatened targeted sanctions against those impeding the peace process.
A push at the U.N. Security Council to impose sanctions on South Sudan's warring parties has reached an impasse due to a dispute over whether to include an arms embargo, diplomats said on Tuesday.
Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon has made it “categorically clear” that the United Nations has no intention of placing South Sudan under a “protectorate,” a UN spokesperson has stressed. … Persistent reports in South Sudanese and regional media have alleged that the UN is intending to place the...
The U.N. Security Council, its patience with the two sides in South Sudan’s deadly yearlong conflict running low, moved closer Tuesday to imposing targeted sanctions on the parties.
Security Council extends UN mission in South Sudan (25.11.2014)
Expressing “grave alarm about the further deteriorating political, security and humanitarian crisis” in South Sudan, the Security Council today extended the United Nations Mission the country (UNMISS) for an additional six months, maintaining the operation’s mandate to focus on civilian protection,...
South Sudan warned the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday that imposing sanctions to try to end nearly a year of violence in the world's youngest state would likely "harden positions toward confrontation rather than cooperation."