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UN Mission in South Sudan
Ellen Margrethe Løj named new UNMISS head (23.07.2014)
Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon today announced the appointment of Ellen Margrethe LØj of Denmark as his top official in South Sudan, replacing Hilde Johnson. Ms. LØj has a “wealth of experience in peacekeeping and international affairs,” according to Mr. Ban’s spokesperson, having served as his...
IGAD-led peace talks to resume next week (23.07.2014)
South Sudan's stalled peace talks are expected to get back under way next week, the regional bloc brokering the slow-moving negotiations, the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), said Wednesday.
South Sudan truce crumbles amid renewed clashes (22.07.2014)
Fighting continued over the town of Nasir for the second day in the largest offensive since May truce.
The U.N. Security Council warned on Wednesday it is ready to consider "appropriate measures" against warring parties in South Sudan if they do not stop the violence in the world's youngest nation and negotiate a transitional government.
Almost 7 million need aid in Sudan, says UN (16.07.2014)
Worsening conflict in Darfur and an influx of people fleeing war in South Sudan helped push to almost seven million the number needing aid in Sudan, the UN said Wednesday.
The Agony of UNMISS (15.07.2014)
South Sudan celebrated its third year of independence on July 9, 2014. The United Nations Mission in the Republic of South Sudan (UNMISS) also marks its third year of operation.
South Sudan president urges rebels to resume talks (10.07.2014)
South Sudan's president on Wednesday called on rebels to resume peace talks as the country marked its third birthday with celebrations overshadowed by fighting that has killed thousands and brought it to the verge of famine. … Peace talks between Kiir and Machar produced few results and stalled...