December 09, 2017

Women take to streets to demand end to South Sudan war

They marched in silence, yet their message was loud and clear.

Hundreds of women covered their mouths with tape on Saturday as they took to the streets in South Sudan's capital, Juba, to demand an end to their country's war and the suffering of its people.

December 04, 2017

South Sudan wants thousands sheltering in UN camps to leave

No one thought the desperate experiment would last this long. Nearly four years after the United Nations, in an unprecedented move, threw open its peacekeepers' camps to civilians fleeing the violence of South Sudan's civil war, more than 200,000 people still shelter in the often squalid camps. Now the government is trying to entice them to go home, even as fighting rages on.

November 08, 2017

Paul Malong says he has 5,000 bodyguards and will fight back in forcible disarmament

South Sudan’s powerful former military chief Paul Malong said his bodyguards will fight back in self-defence if government troops deployed around his house attempt to disarm them by force.

October 30, 2017

Soldier shoots two people, kills himself in Yei

An SPLA solider in South Sudan’s Yei River County shot himself dead after wounding two people over the weekend.

October 29, 2017

Senior chief shot dead in Lasu, Yei River state

Senior Chief Simon Lasuba Jatu of the Lasu Payam in Yei River State was shot dead by unknown gunmen on Saturday.

October 25, 2017

We have lost trust in your government, Trump envoy tells President Kiir

Ms Nikki Haley, the United States permanent representative to the United Nations, says time for talking is over and that South Sudan President Salva Kiir must act to serve all South Sudanese if he is to regain the trust of Washington.

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