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  1. UN decries lack of accountability for abuses in S. SudanRead the original story

    Monday Apr 24 | Xinhuanet

    A UN human rights official has said lack of accountability for crimes perpetrated during the violence in Wau town in South Sudan's northwest region remains one of the country's "biggest challenges." Eugene Nindorera, Human Rights Director of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan said Sunday no arrest or detention has been made in connection with the recent killings in the country's second largest town of Wau.

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  2. Bringing perpetrators of rights abuses to justice big challenge for S. Sudan: UN officialRead the original story

    Monday Apr 24 | Xinhuanet

    One of the biggest problems in South Sudan is a lack of accountability for crimes perpetrated during the ongoing conflict there, a United Nations official said here Sunday. Earlier violence in April in South Sudan's northwestern Wau region had killed 19 Sudan soldiers and at least 28 civilians, and displaced more than 23,000, said Eugene Nindorera, the human rights director for the UN Mission in South Sudan , as he ended his visit to the place.

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  3. Uganda: Truck Drivers Call Off Strike At Uganda-South Sudan BorderRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 24 | AllAfrica.com

    Truck drivers who ply the Uganda-South Sudan border trade route have finally called off their week-long strike following commitments and concessions made by the government of South of Sudan. The drivers agreed to resume entry into South Sudan after holding lengthy talks with a delegation of South Sudan government on Friday.

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  4. Three Months, Still No Word on Disappeared South Sudanese MenRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 23 | PressReleasePoint

    Three months, 90 days, more than two thousand hours without news of Dong Samuel Luak, a well-known South Sudanese activist, and Aggrey Idris, an opposition official, who disappeared off the streets of Nairobi on January 23 and 24. Dong Samuel Luak, a South Sudanese activist, who has been detained in Kenya and is at risk of unlawful return back to South Sudan. A 2011 Private The men are believed to have been abducted by or at the request of South Sudanese officials and taken illegally to South Sudan, where they are likely to have been abused as so many other detainees before them.

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  5. No one detained over S. Sudan civilian killings: U.NRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | Sudan Tribune

    The United Nations' top human rights official in South Sudan says no one has been detained in connection with recent killings of civilians in the country's western town of Wau. In a statement issued on Sunday, the human rights director for the U.N Mission in South Sudan , Eugene Nindorera, said he was "shaken" to hear testimonies of victims of the government offensive that killed at least 16 people and displaced more than 23,000.

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  6. S. Sudan governors wrap up security conference in Gogrial stateRead the original story

    Mar 15, 2017 | Sudan Tribune

    A peace and security conference bringing together more than 10 governors and representatives in South Sudan has concluded in Gogrial state with calls to strengthen security, enhancing information sharing and deployment of joint security forces along "volatile and hotspot zones". The event held at Kuacjok town, the administrative headquarters of Gogrial state, brought together of governor Northern Liech, Ruweng, Southern Liech, Tonj, Twic, Gogrial and a representative from the disputed border region of Abyei administrative area.

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  7. Sudan sentences two gunmen to death over attack on police station in W. KordofanRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | Sudan Tribune

    A Sudanese court Sunday sentenced two people allegedly members of the rebel alliance Sudanese Revolutionary Front to death by hanging for an attack on police station in West Kordofan state two years ago. Fighters from Sudan's Justice and Equality Movement pictured in El-Fasher, northern Darfur, on 25 July 2011 A judge of Khartoum North court, Mohamed al-Mu'taz, sentenced to death two members of the gunmen for forming a terrorist group and carrying out an armed attack on a police station and killing two police officers.

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  8. Mattis in Djibouti amid high Red Sea stakesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 23 | Debka

    ... to consolidate their military control. Those bases along this strip of coast, some in mid-construction, run from Port Sudan, to Assab in Eritrea, Djibouti and Berbera in coastal northwestern Somalia, which serves as the region's main commercial ...

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  9. Accountability for rights abuses in South Sudan 'more important than ever,' says senior UN officialRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 23 | United Nations

    After recent skirmishes left thousands displaced, many civilians continue to seek safety in different locations in Wau, South Sudan. Photo: Nektarios Markogiannis/UNMISS 23 April 2017 – A lack of accountability for crimes perpetrated during the ongoing conflict in South Sudan remains one of the country's “biggest challenges,” the Human Rights Director for the United Nations Mission said today as he wrapped up a visit to the north-western Wau region.

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  10. .com | No one detained over South Sudan civilian killings, UN saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 23 | News24

    The United Nations' top human rights official in South Sudan says no one has been detained in connection with recent killings of civilians in the western town of Wau. Eugene Nindorera in a statement on Sunday says he was "shaken" to hear testimonies of victims of the government offensive that killed at least 16 people and displaced more than 23 000.

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  11. Uganda, S. Sudan agree on plan to redraw borderRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 23 | Daily Monitor

    Kampala. Uganda and South Sudan have agreed on a blueprint to guide redrawing of the boundary separating the two countries, which ostensibly is expected to bring to an end the long-simmering border conflicts.

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  12. South Sudan's Kiir to meet al-Bashir over security mattersRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | Sudan Tribune

    South Sudan president, Salva Kiir is seeking audience with his Sudanese counterpart, Omar al-Bashir to discuss how best plans to strengthen security along their borders could be implemented to enhance bilateral relations between both countries.

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  13. Egyptian authorities detain, deport Sudanese journalist at Cairo airportRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | Sudan Tribune

    Satti arrived at Cairo airport from Khartoum on Sunday to join his wife who travelled to Egypt earlier for medical treatment. In a statement extended to Sudan Tribune Sunday, the pro-government Sudanese Journalists Union denounced the move by the Egyptian authorities against Satti, describing it as "arbitrary measure".

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  14. Sudanese security arrests head of doctors' committeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2017 | Sudan Tribune

    Sudan's National Intelligence and Security Services Sunday has arrested the chairman of the Central Committee of Sudanese Doctors Mohamed Yassen. In a statement extended to Sudan Tribune , the CCSD said its chairman was taken to the state security prosecution office in Khartoum as part of a series of moves targeting members of the executive committee.

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  15. No one detained over South Sudan civilian killings, UN saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 23 | Stars and Stripes

    The United Nations' top human rights official in South Sudan says no one has been detained in connection with recent killings of civilians in the western town of Wau. Eugene Nindorera in a statement Sunday says he was "shaken" to hear testimonies of victims of the government offensive that killed at least 16 people and displaced more than 23,000.

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  16. South Sudan: Opposition Groups Say Genocide Is Real, Blames It On GovtRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 23 | AllAfrica.com

    Six South Sudan opposition groups have joined forces and are now calling on the world to recognise that the country has sank into a genocide perpetrated by the government. In a joint statement issued Monday, the six opposition groups said that President Salva Kiir's regime, with the direct participation of the SPLA army and state-sponsored Mathyiang Anyor militia, are carrying out dehumanising acts including cold-blooded and calculated executions of community and church leaders as well as torturing and raping civilians.

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  17. South Sudan hails Chinese support amid hardshipRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 23 | Xinhuanet

    File photo shows Internally Displaced Persons wait to be airlifted to the South Sudanese Northern State of Eastern Nile, in Juba, capital of South Sudan, Janl. 7, 2017.

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  18. HMH - Hospitality Management Holding Gears Up for a Strong Presence at Arabian Travel Market 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 23 | PR Log

    ... Muscat Hotel & Apartments, Corp Amman Hotel, Coral Al Ahsa Hotel, Coral Jubail Hotel, Coral Khartoum Hotel, Coral Port Sudan Hotel and EWA Khartoum Hotel & Apartments. We want our stand to be an experiential destination for our business partners and ...

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  19. South Sudan: Juba Takes First Steps to New ConstitutionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 23 | AllAfrica.com

    South Sudan is racing against time to draw up a new constitution in line with the 2015 Peace Agreement, even as the security situation in the country degenerates. The National Constitution Amendment Committee led by Gichira Kibaara, a former Kenyan Permanent Secretary for Constitutional Affairs, on April 13 presented a draft constitution to the Minister for Justice and Constitutional Affairs, Paulino Wanawilla.

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  20. Shearer to address UN Security Council on Anzac Day about crisis in South SudanRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Dominion Post

    David Shearer will address the UN Security Council on Anzac Day about the crisis in South Sudan, where he oversees thousands of soldiers and civilians. The former Labour party leader was back in New Zealand last week but flies to New York soon and will return to war-torn South Sudan by the end of the month.

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