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UN Mission in South Sudan
EU Aviation Security Mission in South Sudan
Spiraling violence has forced an increasing number of civilians in South Sudan’s oil-rich Unity state are seeking refuge with the United Nations peacekeeping mission, it was confirmed today.
Pro-Machar forces 'seize' Bentiu (15.04.2014)
Rebel forces in South Sudan have recaptured the oil hub of Bentiu from the government, their spokesman says. … The two sides have repeatedly accused each other of violating a ceasefire signed in January.
A ceasefire monitoring team established by the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) has officially begun monitoring a fragile truce signed by South Sudan’s warring parties.
In its latest report, “South Sudan: A Civil War by Any Other Name”, the International Crisis Group looks at the longstanding political and military grievances behind spiralling violence and examines the steps necessary for peace and reconciliation.
UN denies camp 'indifference' (10.04.2014)
The UN has rejected criticism that it is showing "shocking indifference" towards some 21,000 people sheltering at one of its compounds in South Sudan's capital, Juba.
(T)he Mission also notes that currently, some 67,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) are seeking protection at 8 of its protection sites, notably in Juba and Malakal.
South Sudan peace talks break as crisis worsens (02.04.2014)
Peace talks aimed at ending over three months of civil war in South Sudan have been paused until the end of April, rebels said on Wednesday, despite UN warnings that millions of lives are at risk.