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UN Mission in South Sudan
China’s dangerous double game in the Sudans (27.07.2016)
Weapons manufactured by China and sold to Sudan have been funnelled to rebels in South Sudan, where two Chinese peacekeepers were recently killed.
The United Nations says there will be “serious repercussions” if UN peacekeepers in South Sudan failed to protect women being raped outside a UN protection-of-civilians site, as reported Wednesday.
South Sudan to swear in new first Vice President (26.07.2016)
The apparent disarray in South Sudan’s Transitional Government of National Unity comes full circle Tuesday when former rebel leader and First Vice President Riek Machar is formally replaced by his one-time chief peace negotiator, General Taban Deng Gai.
Recent fighting in South Sudan has forced 37,491 people to flee to Uganda in the past three weeks, averaging more than 4,000 a day in the past week, the United Nations refugee agency warned today.
A final United Nations memo on Britain, Germany, Sweden and Jordan's withdrawals of police from a peacekeeping mission in South Sudan without telling the world body, left out draft language questioning Britain's Security Council veto power.
China is sending its special envoy for Africa to the continent to help with efforts to resolve the political crisis in South Sudan, China's foreign ministry said on Wednesday.
Demonstrators protest outside UN compound (20.07.2016)
A thousand people today demonstrated in front of a United Nations compound in Juba, the capital of South Sudan, the UN Mission in the country announced, and dispersed without incidents after handing over a petition. … reportedly against a proposal by the African Union to deploy a regional...