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UN Mission in South Sudan
Beginn: 07/11

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Some African states oppose a return by South Sudan rebel Machar - UN (27.04.2017)

[…] Machar, who fled to Democratic Republic of Congo in August after fierce fighting in South Sudan, is being held in South Africa to prevent him from stirring up trouble, diplomatic and political sources told Reuters in December.

South Sudan peace monitors admit collapse of security as a "crisis" (26.04.2017)

The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC), a body tasked to oversee the implementation of the peace agreement signed in South Sudan, has admitted for the first time that the lack of respect to the permanent ceasefire is a "crisis within a crisis" exacerbating hunger in the country.

Instruments of pain: conflict and famine in South Sudan – ICG briefing (26.04.2017)

War in South Sudan led the UN to declare 100,000 people are suffering famine, with a further 5.5 million at risk. This special briefing urges the country to work harder to establish parameters for a ceasefire.

UN wants IGAD to sanction South Sudan military leaders (26.04.2017)

The UN panel of experts for South Sudan has directed the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (Igad) member states to immediately impose travel bans and asset freezes on the country's military commanders sanctioned by the Security Council last year. … The experts also renewed calls for the...

Sudan accuses South Sudan president of meeting rebels (25.04.2017)

Sudan has warned South Sudan to cease its support for rebel groups at war with Khartoum, accusing its president of meeting with rebels last week in a rare public statement from Khartoum's intelligence agency.

South Sudan’s political process ‘not dead’ but needs ‘resuscitation’ – UN envoy (25.04.2017)

[…] “Regrettably, no party has shown interest in reviving the Peace Agreement,” said David Shearer, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative and the head of UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), referring to the August 2015 accord between the country’s warring sides.

UN says 82 aid workers killed in South Sudan's three-year war (19.04.2017)

A United Nations official said on Wednesday 82 aid workers had been killed in South Sudan's civil war and the number of its citizens displaced by the fighting now stands at 3.5 million.

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