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UN Mission in South Sudan
EU Aviation Security Mission in South Sudan
Special envoys from the Intergovermental Authority on Development (IGAD) who are mediating between South Sudan’s warring factions have proposed an extraordinary summit to discuss the crisis in South Sudan.
The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), the East African bloc mediating the peace talks, said East African countries are prepared to send protection forces into South Sudan to halt the ongoing conflict.
South Sudan government and rebel negotiators on Wednesday confirmed that IGAD, the regional bloc mediating peace talks, had put the formation of an interim government on the table for discussion.
The rebels further accused President Salva Kiir of using “delayed tactics” to undermine the monitoring and verification mechanism of the ceasefire, which formed the basis of the truce signed in Addis Ababa as part of efforts to end the conflict, which has killed thousands.
The capital of South Sudan's main oil-producing region, Malakal, was divided between the army and rebels on Thursday after the worst fighting since a January ceasefire stoked jitters in global oil markets.
Uganda considers troop withdrawal from South Sudan (19.02.2014)
Uganda’s Foreign Minister Sam Kutesa says the proposal for a pull-out follows consultations with the government in Juba, the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), as well as the African Union (AU), which plans to send in replacement troops to help stabilize the security situation in...
South Sudan ceasefire 'ends' amid Malakal fighting (18.02.2014)
Fighting has broken out in South Sudan's Upper Nile state, officials say, in the first major clashes since the government and rebels signed a ceasefire agreement in January.