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Hopes that South Sudan peace deal can end five years of civil war
South Sudan's warring factions have signed a peace deal its hoped can end conflict that has cost thousands of lives and displaced millions of people
Rape as a weapon of war: Women in South Sudan speak out
Some 65 percent of South Sudanese women have experienced sexual or physical violence, twice the global average
South Sudan: Fresh fighting flares, five years into civil war
The upsurge in violence in the world's youngest state comes ahead of planned peace talks and amid desperate humanitarian conditions
Brussels residents open their homes to migrants
UN warns of impending cholera crisis in South Sudan
South Sudan faces a cholera crisis without more aid says UN
The twin evils of famine and war kill children in South Sudan
Millions of South Sudanese children suffering famine and war
Democratic Republic Of Congo
UN refugees released by South Sudanese refugee captors
More than a dozen United Nations mission staff have been released by South Sudanese refugees in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Thousands in South Sudan flee upsurge in ethnic killings
UN says makeshift refugee camps on the border with Uganda are full to over flowing following a further spread in ethnic killings
Reality of the worst drought since 1945 peaking in parts of Africa
The Horn of Africa is facing its third consecutive year of drought causing thirst and hunger, decimating livestock, destroying livelihoods, spreading disease and triggering large scale population move
Thousands in famine-struck South Sudan forced to eat wild plants
Thousands of families caught up in South Sudan’s famine are hiding from marauding gunmen in the swamps and islands of the River Nile.
Pope to visit South Sudan
Pope Francis has made a surprise announcement saying he wants to make a trip to famine-struck, war-torn South Sudan, but not on his own.
South Sudan's human rights situation "amongst the worst on the planet"
'Ethnic cleansing' reported in South Sudan
President Salva Kiir denies using starvation and rape as weapons of war as the UN describes the conflict as "fertile ground" for genocide.
Training for refugees in Uganda: a model of integration
UN sacks South Sudan peacekeeper commander
The commander of the UN force in South Sudan, Lt Gen Johnson Mogoa Kimani Ondieki, has been sacked following a damning report UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Tuesday that he was “deeply distr
South Sudan accepts new UN-backed peacekeeping force
Under increasing international pressure, South Sudan has agreed to accept 4,000 extra peacekeepers.
South Sudan opposition leader Riek Machar in exile in DRC
The United Nations says it intervened on humanitarian grounds to help South Sudan’s former vice president and opposition leader in the neighbouring Democratic Republic of…
South Sudan : one year since peace deal
One year to the day since the signing of the peace agreement in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and there is renewed tension between the two warring factions in South…
Kenya and UN work to change a refugee camp into a settlement
Refugees in Kenya who have fled the fighting in South Sudan are being given a chance to become self sufficient under a new initiative from the government and the UNHCR.
South Sudan agrees to deployment of international protection force
South Sudan’s embattled government has agreed to allow an international protection force to be deployed in the country, after a United Nations mission failed to prevent…
Foreign evacuees describe violence in South Sudan capital Juba
Evacuees from South Sudan have been arriving in the Kenyan capital Nairobi following days of violence and tension in Juba.
'Tense calm' in South Sudan, 36,000 displaced following heavy fighting - UN
Days of heavy fighting in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, have been followed by relative calm after the warring president and vice president ordered their forces to cease…
South Sudan's leaders announce ceasefire as UN calls for arms embargo on the country
Salva Kiir has ordered his SPLA army to observe a ceasefire in South Sudan.
Fresh fighting erupts in South Sudan after UN warns attacks 'may constitute war crimes'
Fresh clashes have erupted in Juba between forces loyal to the president and those supporting the vice president, renewing fears South Sudan will slip back into full-blown civil…
UN calls for calm following deadly clashes in South Sudan capital
Fears are growing of a return to civil war in South Sudan after renewed fighting between forces loyal to the country’s president and vice president.
Gunbattles resume in South Sudan's capital
Gunbattles in South Sudan’s capital Juba erupted for a fourth day between troops loyal to President Salva Kiir and soldiers who support the vice president Riek Machar around a military…