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UN set to threaten arms embargo on South Sudan (14.03.2018)

The U.N. Security Council is expected to adopt on Thursday a U.S.-drafted resolution that threatens to impose an arms embargo on South Sudan and sanctions against those blocking efforts to end one of Africa's worst wars.

South Sudan's media regulator suspends U.N.-owned radio (09.03.2018)

South Sudan has suspended the operations of Radio Miraya, which is owned by the U.N. Mission in the country, for failing to comply with media laws, the media regulator said on Friday.

European Union ready to impose South Sudan arms ban (08.03.2018)

The European Union (EU) is ready to impose an arms embargo on South Sudan if the parties to the conflict disregard the peace deal, an official said. German ambassador Jan Hendrrik van Thiel told the press in Juba that the EU would join other concerned states in imposing targeted sanctions and arms...

UN peacekeeping review urges emphasis on supporting political process (27.02.2018)

A latest review of the United Nations peacekeeping operation in South Sudan has found that reaching a political solution to the ongoing conflict is the most effective way to protect civilians, a senior UN official said Tuesday, urging a renewed focus on supporting the political process.

Ghana's UN peacekeepers recalled in South Sudan over sex claims (26.02.2018)

A United Nations spokesman said on Monday that 46 police sent from from Ghana had been confined to barracks in Juba on Saturday after a preliminary probe showed they had been "engaging in sexual activity with women" living at a UN site to protect civilians in South Sudan.

Security Council to discuss deployment of regional force in South Sudan (25.02.2018)

The UN Security Council next Wednesday will discuss the deployment of the Regional Protection Force (RPF) and the obstacles the peacekeeping mission is facing in South Sudan. The regional forces, which was initially authorised in August 2016 to protect civilians in Juba, has an authorized strength...

Rights violations in South Sudan may amount to crimes against humanity and war crimes, concludes UN panel (23.02.2018)

United Nations panel on human rights violations in South Sudan documents unspeakable cruelty against civilians, not just limited to widescale brutal massacres and sexual violence but extending to individuals trying to defend themselves or their families and had their eyes gouged out, their throats...

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