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UN Mission in South Sudan
Authorities of the newly created Gbudue state in Western Equatoria region have allowed patrol teams of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) to operate freely in the state following earlier restrictions.
South Sudan refugees reach one million mark (16.09.2016)
The number of people who have fled South Sudan because of the country's civil war has passed the one million mark, the UN refugee agency says.
Key questions for South Sudan’s new protection force (12.09.2016)
[…] … without a viable political strategy to resolve the underlying causes of the civil war, the force will struggle to do anything more than reduce some of the most negative symptoms of the conflict and could spark direct confrontation with the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) or any rebel...
South Sudanese leaders have transferred millions of dollars of ill-gotten wealth outside the country while a civil war that has left nearly half the country’s people homeless or in urgent need of humanitarian aid rages on, a campaign group disclosed Monday.
UN threatens South Sudan with arms embargo (10.09.2016)
South Sudan faces an arms embargo by the United Nations Security Council after President Salva Kiir’s government appeared to be reneging on an agreement to deploy a 4,000-strong protection force in Juba.
[...] They [U.N. sanctions monitors] also said that armed government actors were imposing "debilitating movement restrictions" on U.N. peacekeepers and warned that the economy of the world's newest nation has effectively collapsed … .
Up to 100 additional British troops will join U.N. peacekeeping work in South Sudan, the defence minister said on Thursday, taking the total to around 400.