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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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UN envoy urges Security Council to endorse deployment of IGAD forces in South Sudan (18.09.2018)

The outgoing United Nations Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan Tuesday has supported the deployment of IGAD forces in South Sudan within the UN peacekeeping force saying only the region can fill the remaining security gaps in the deal.

Troika say change is needed in South Sudan peace implementation (13.09.2018)

The IGAD countries Wednesday welcomed the signing of the revitalized peace agreement in South Sudan but reiterated their demand for a significant change from the parties in its implementation on the ground before to support it. The United Kingdom, United States, and Norway, immediately after the...

South Sudan's President, rebel leader sign peace deal (12.09.2018)

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir signed a peace agreement with rebel factions in the Ethiopian capital on Wednesday to end a civil war that has killed at least 50,000 people, displaced two million and held up the country's progress since it gained independence seven years ago.

China sends 165 peacekeepers to South Sudan (11.09.2018)

165 Chinese peacekeepers left Zhengzhou, the capital city of central China’s Henan Province Tuesday for a one-year mission in South Sudan. Consisting of a sapper team of 133 and a medical unit of 32, the peacekeepers are reportedly the first group of a 331-strong battalion sent by China for the...

South Sudan soldiers convicted of raping aid workers (06.09.2018)

A military court in South Sudan has convicted 10 soldiers of raping foreign aid workers and murdering a local journalist. The crimes were committed during a rampage in the Terrain Hotel in the capital, Juba, in 2016. UN peacekeepers who were nearby were accused of failing to respond to pleas for...

New home for scores of South Sudan's displaced (04.09.2018)

Nearly 3,500 people displaced by violence in South Sudan have been relocated from a UN-run camp in the capital, Juba, to temporary housing, the organization’s mission in the country, UNMISS, reported on Tuesday. The internally displaced people, who were living at a UN Protection of Civilians (PoC)...