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On Wednesday July 3 South Sudanese security forces confiscated the entire print run of South Sudan 's leading independent English language daily newspaper, the Juba Monitor.
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Christians living in Sudan are "de facto illegals," who cannot hold passports and , according to Bishop Eduard Hiiboro Kussala of Tambura-Yambio, a diocese in the newly independent country of South Sudan.
Gen Peter Gadet is an ally of former South Sudan Vice-President Riek Machar in his conflict with President Salva Kiir.
South Sudanese refugees fetch water at a watering point in the Kule camp for Internally Displaced People at the Pagak border crossing in Gambella, Ethiopia, on July 10, 2014.
Today, Assistant Secretary Anne C. Richard announced nearly $22 million in additional humanitarian assistance for refugees and internally displaced persons in South Sudan and South Sudanese refugees in Ethiopia, Kenya, and Uganda.
The Botswana government is reportedly set to repatriate Zimbabweans who sought refuge in the neighbouring country at the height of Zimbabwe's political crisis in 2008.
The European Union said it slapped a travel ban and asset freeze Thursday on two South Sudanese military leaders for committing atrocities and obstructing the peace.
A sudden high fever has caused the death of three displaced in El Salam camp, near South Darfur's capital of Nyala.
Floods, malaria and malnutrition are making life worse for internally displaced people staying at camps in South Sudan.
South Sudan's Ministry of Health says only 6,800 people living with HIV are currently receiving treatment, less than half the number of people who enrolled for treatment a year ago.
As part of its vision 2025, the bank is considering new branches in Washington DC, Dubai, South Africa and Djibouti The Commercial Bank of Ethiopia is in the final stages of research into foreign markets, with the potential of opening branches in Washington DC, Dubai, South Africa and Djibouti.
More sub-Saharan Africans are living in extreme poverty now than in 1990, says a UN report, warning the region will miss most of its development goals.
A South Sudanese child, suspected of malnutrition, cries while being weighed at a feeding center in Lul, Fashoda county in the Upper Nile State, on May 29, 2014.
By David Lumu President Yoweri Museveni has left for South Sudan to attend the 3rd independence anniversary celebrations of a country that has spent most of its childhood time embroiled in political-related conflicts.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 06:14 am
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