Tag Archives: South Sudan

19 April 16

South Sudan: President Will Run for 2018 Election

South Sudan President Salva Kiir has suggested he will run for another term in office in 2018.

15 April 16

South Sudan: Machar in Pagak Ahead of Juba Return

South Sudan’s First Vice President Riek Machar is in Pagak, in the east of South Sudan’s Upper Nile state, ahead of his much-anticipated return to Juba.

08 April 16

South Sudan: Machar to Arrive in Juba 18 April

South Sudan’s returning First Vice President Riek Machar will arrive in Juba on 18 April, his press secretary has announced.

28 March 16

Sudan Denies Bombing South Sudan’s Upper Nile Region

Sudan has denied accusations from neighbouring South Sudan that it carried out fresh airstrikes in the Upper Nile Region.

28 March 16

South Sudan: Riek Machar Calls on ‘Internet Warriors’ to Embrace Peace, ‘Stop Hate Speech’

South Sudan’s top rebel leader and returning vice president has called on his nation’s people to embrace peace during a briefing to South Sudanese nationals in Kenya.

27 March 16

South Sudan: Rebel Police Generals Arrive in Juba for Transitional Government Formation

South Sudan’s fractured peace deal progressed a step on Thursday after the arrival of 22 SPLA-IO police generals in Juba for the creation of a transitional government.

24 March 16

South Sudan: President Kiir Sacks Foreign Affairs Minister

South Sudan President Salva Kiir has sacked the country’s foreign affairs minister, Barnaba Marial Benjamin, following his recent comments about people from Abyei.

12 March 16

South Sudan: Journalist Kidnapped and Tortured Weeks After Release

A journalist in South Sudan has been abducted, tortured and dumped near a graveyard soon after being released by security forces for criticising the government.

11 March 16

South Sudan: Rivals Trade Accusations Over Fresh Violence in Upper Nile Region

Rival forces in South Sudan are trading accusations once again, this time over fresh violence in the Upper Nile region.

08 March 16

South Sudan: Rwandan Troops Implicated in Malakal Attack

Community leaders and representatives of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in South Sudan’s Upper Nile State have accused Rwandan peacekeeper troops of involvement in February’s attack in Malakal.


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