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UN Mission in South Sudan
The conflicts in Sudan and South Sudan are increasingly merged. Halting drift toward a Uganda-Sudan proxy war on the Sudan-South Sudan border requires better coordination by regional organisations and more engagement by influential outside powers, notably China and the U.S., including via the UN...
The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) is celebrating the release of some 3,000 South Sudanese child soldiers today in what is being hailed as one of the largest ever demobilizations of children in a zone of conflict.
PSC summit-level meeting crucial for South Sudan (27.01.2015)
The future of South Sudan’s peace talks now lies with the African Union (AU) Peace and Security Council (PSC), scheduled to meet on Thursday, 29 January, in Addis Ababa. Pressure is mounting for the PSC to release the findings of the AU-led inquiry into the conflict, which could lead to sanctions...
Rival SPLM party factions have signed a peace deal in Arusha, Tanzania, following dialogue mediated by regional leaders.
More than 50 killed in South Sudan clashes (14.01.2015)
News of casualties in the latest fighting came days after peace talks led by China ended in the Sudanese capital, Khartoum. … South Sudan Foreign Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin said the government hopes to resume IGAD-led talks in Addis Ababa with the rebels at the end of January. IGAD adjourned...
The South Sudanese warring parties recommitted themselves to observes a cessation of hostilities and to work actively under the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) mediated process to end the one-year conflict, Sudanese foreign minister announced in Khartoum on Monday
South Sudan and IGAD: seize the day - ICG (13.01.2015)
The upcoming Intergovernmental Authority for Development (IGAD) summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to be held on 30 January, is a rare window of opportunity for the regional body, and its partners, to compel South Sudan’s warring parties to make the compromises necessary for peace.