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Rwanda Peacekeepers relocate Internal Displaced Persons relocated from risk zones
Rwanda peacekeepers deployed in UN mission in South Sudan escorted Internally Displaced Persons in a UN Relocation program from Risk Zones in UN Tomping to UN-House in Juba-3.
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Sat Mar 15, 2014
Uganda: Over 70,000 Thousand South Sudanese Seeking Asylum in Uganda
Over 70,000 South Sudanese are registered in Uganda as asylum seekers according to office of Ugandan prime minister, with the vast majority believed to have fled the devastating conflict that began in Juba in mid-December and has spread to other parts of the world's youngest nation.
South Sudan: Early Heavy Rains Pummel S. Sudanese
The International Rescue Committee says early rains in South Sudan have created catastrophic conditions for thousands of displaced people.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
South Sudan: Abyei - Renewed Violence Increases the Risk of War
In the wake of renewed violence in the contested Abyei region that lies between Sudan and South Sudan, a new Enough Project policy alert warns that intercommunal attacks with unclear degrees of state support are risking a conflagration within Abyei that threatens to drag both countries back into conflict.
South Sudan: Life-saving surgery for victims of fighting
Luisa Mancini is an ICRC surgeon working in South Sudan. In this short video, she explains that people delay seeking treatment because they fear for their safety.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
E.African states to send troops to monitor S.Sudan ceasefire
A South Sudanese girl displaced by the fighting washes dishes in a camp for displaced persons in the UNMISS compound in Tongping in Juba, South Sudan, February 19, 2014.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Sudan: UN 'Regrets' Juba-Khartoum Accord Delays
The United Nations Security Council today regretted the lack of progress in implementing a two-year-old agreement between Sudan and South Sudan on security, the common border and economic relations, and called on both Governments to renew their commitment to the aims of the accord, particularly regarding the status of the long-contested Abyei area.
South Sudan: UN Working to Mitigate Risks of Rainy Season for Displaced Civilians
As the fighting continues in South Sudan, United Nations humanitarian agencies warned today that the approach of the rainy season is a major concern for the 706,000 people displaced since the beginning of the crisis in December 2013, 77,000 of which are seeking refuge at UN Mission in South Sudan bases.
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11-Mar-14 - Missionaries Reflect On Anniversary Of Expulsion From South Sudan
JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN, March 9 .- Fifty years after their expulsion from South Sudan, missionaries reflected on the challenges and unexpected blessings borne out of the dismissal, as well as upon the future of the country.
South Sudan protest against UN after weapons found
The Midwest and the Eastern Seaboard are bracing for another blast of below-normal temperatures and heavy snowfall after a few days of temperatures slightly above normal for this time of year.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
South Sudan treason trial opens
Zimbabwe's involvement in Malawi's upcoming elections has raised eye-brows, with opposition parties expressing fears that the polls might be rigged in favour of President Joyce Banda.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
South Sudan hit by anti-UN protest
The UN has about 8,000 peacekeepers in South Sudan, the world's newest state where conflict broke out in December between government and rebel forces.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Missionaries reflect on anniversary of expulsion from South Sudan
Juba, South Sudan, Mar 9, 2014 / 08:05 am .- Fifty years after their expulsion from South Sudan, missionaries reflected on the challenges and unexpected blessings borne out of the dismissal, as well as upon the future of the country.
South Sudan: Family of Late John Garang Condemn Conduct of "Demonic" Rituals On Grave
Various rituals including slaughtering of bulls, placement of bull horns and other animal remains have been conducted on the grave yard of the late South Sudan's leader, John Garang de Mabior, to prevent his "ghost" from haunting president Salva Kiir, a practice condemned by the family members of the late.
South Sudan: Juba Denies Requesting IGAD Troops to Protect Oil Fields
A South Sudanese official on Saturday described as "incorrect" media reports that Juba had requested the Intergovernmental Authority for Development countries to deploy troops to protect its oil fields.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Wounded South Sudan rebels fear hospital - Boston.com
Satine Riek remembers the sting as the bullet pierced his leg. The 26-year-old soldier, who recently defected from South Sudan's army, was shot last month when government troops recaptured the town of Bor.
Makerere launches journalism project
This was revealed during a meeting between coordinators of the projects, Makerere University and the Norwegian Programme for capacity building in Higher Education and research for Development at the University's School Conference hall.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
South Sudan Conflict Reverses Progress On Food Security
FAO/WFP Joint News Release JUBA The conflict in South Sudan risks reversing gains in food security that the country had made over the last year, according to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and the World Food Programme .
Thu Mar 06, 2014
South Sudan: Officials On 'Coup-Convincing' Tour
South Sudan has dispatched a three-man team to try to convince African leaders that months of fighting in the young country were triggered by a botched coup bid led by former vice president Riek Machar - a message Juba has had difficulty convincing others is true.
SPLA soldiers die in Juba shoot-out
Bloody day. Sporadic skirmishes broke out twice in the capital on Wednesday. Unconfirmed reports suggest six Ugandans could have been killed as well.