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UN Mission in South Sudan
A South Sudanese minister has contested a planned deployment of more United Nations peace keeping forces to the world’s youngest county, saying the government was yet to receive a comprehensive report and briefing about the necessity to deploy more troops when the government has already signed a...
Khartoum, Juba to discuss activation of buffer zone (25.11.2015)
A high-level South Sudanese delegation will arrive in Khartoum at the end of the first week of December to resume discussions on the implementation of security arrangements agreed since September 2012.
A regional peace summit of East African heads of state and government, which was scheduled to take place on 23 November in the South Sudanese capital, Juba, has been postponed amid indications that the government was going ahead to implement a president Salva Kiir’s establishment order which tends...
South Sudanese parliament has amended the current transitional constitution, 2011, giving president Salva Kiir powers to create more states, appoint governors but delay the order establishing 28 states.
Both factions in South Sudan's civil war accused each other of violating a peace deal signed in August, after the country's rebels said on Tuesday that government soldiers had launched attacks against their positions in oil-rich Unity state.
South Sudan's government said on Thursday it would meet rebel leader Riek Machar at a regional peace conference in its capital Juba next week, almost two years since he left the city at the start of the civil war.