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UNMISS nach dem Revitalized Peace Agreement 02/2019 Download (1,03 MB)
UNMISS 2018: Stabilisierung unter schwierigsten Bedingungen 03/2018 Download (984 KB)
UNMISS 2017: Stabilisierung unter schwierigsten Bedingungen 11/2017 Download (203 KB)
Quo vadi UNMISS? 11/2016 Download (173 KB)
Die Regional Protection Force: Mehr Sicherheit im Südsudan? 08/2016 Download (200 KB)
Sudan - Südsudan 07/2011 Download (243 KB)

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UN Mission in South Sudan
Mandatiert seit: 07/11

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Who will gain from South Sudan expanded oil production? (27.09.2018)

South Sudan's post-independence civil war meant billions lost in oil revenue. Expanded production is now on the cards as part of a power-sharing peace deal signed in August.

A new report estimates that more than 380,000 people have died in South Sudan’s civil war (26.09.2018)

Years of brutal civil war in South Sudan have left at least 382,000 people dead, according to an estimate in a new State Department-funded study that far surpasses an earlier figure issued by the United Nations and points to the horrors of an often-overlooked conflict.

383,000: estimated death toll in South Sudan’s war (26.09.2018)

[…] The report, published by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and financed by the State Department, revealed that about half of the dead were killed in fighting between ethnic rivals as it spread across the country, and the other half died from disease, hunger and other causes...

Sudan, South Sudan agree to fully activate buffer zone (25.09.2018)

Sudan and South Sudan on Monday have signed an agreement to take all necessary measures to activate the Safe Demilitarized Border Zone (SDBZ) between the two countries.

South Sudanese soldier who shot UN peacekeeper, will face court martial: UN mission chief (19.09.2018)

The South Sudanese soldier who shot and wounded a UN peacekeeper on Saturday is facing a court martial, said David Shearer, head of the UN Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS), during a press conference in the capital, Juba.

Somalia says ready to send troops to South Sudan for security (19.09.2018)

The Somali government said this week that it was ready to send troops to help with security and enhance peace in South Sudan, where officials and opposition groups recently signed an agreement to end a five-year civil war.

South Sudan sees renewed fighting after peace deal signed (19.09.2018)

Just days after the signing of South Sudan's revitalized peace agreement, reports of fighting have surfaced in several parts of South Sudan, according to Jean-Pierre Lacroix, the United Nations' undersecretary-general for peacekeeping operations.