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UN Mission in South Sudan
In recent weeks, local media have reported of a growing standoff between Sudan and South Sudan over oil transit fees, with the south wanting a cut as the collapse in global oil prices mean transit costs sometimes exceeded the price of crude.
Sudan's president al-Bashir opens border with South (28.01.2016)
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir has ordered the opening of his country's border with South Sudan for the first time since the south seceded in 2011 to become an independent nation.
The United Nations Security Council should place an arms embargo on South Sudan, while the oil-rich country's President Salva Kiir and a rebel leader qualify to be sanctioned over atrocities in a two-year civil war, U.N. sanctions monitors said in an annual report.
The rebels, or the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement in Opposition (SPLM/IO), refused to send the names of their proposed ministers to be included in the yet to be formed administration. They also accused Kiir of unilaterally establishing 28 new states, which they said violates the terms of the...
Eugene Owusu, the U.N. Humanitarian Coordinator for South Sudan, said $1.3 billion would be the "bare minimum" needed to support 5.1 million people in the country facing life-threatening circumstances. "The challenge we face is unprecedented," he said.
According to the report “Scenarios for South Sudan in 2020” released today by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) and Dutch peace organisation PAX, there is hope for a peaceful future if the 2015 peace agreement is implemented and the peace process opened up beyond the...
South Sudan moves towards forming unity government (13.01.2016)
After two years of brutal civil war, monitoring chief says all sides are preparing to take the next step towards peace.