Civil society activists say a move to exclude South Sudan rebel leader Riek Machar from a regional peace process will ensure that South Sudan remains engulfed in war.
In pics: Powerful tribute to 700 children who flee South Sudan each week laid at St Paul’s Cathedral
700 teddy bears have been placed on the steps of St Paul’s Cathedral in London by international aid agency World Vision UK to represent the 700 children per week that flee conflict in South Sudan by crossing the border into Uganda.
US Senate hearing calls for action against South Sudanese leaders to end violence
Experts laid out a series of steps they said the U.S. government could take to help end the conflict in South Sudan at a Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee hearing Wednesday. Swift U.S. action was vital, they testified.
Ethiopia to open new camp for South Sudanese refugees
ADDIS ABABA – Ethiopia is set to open a new camp for South Sudanese refugees in a bid to cope with rising number of people running from a brutal civil war.
NORAD: Møt Norges ambassadør til Sør-Sudan, Lars Andersen
Landmøtet er en viktig møteplass som setter enkeltland i fokus for samlet norsk innsats gjennom sivilt samfunn. Her kan norske organisasjoner og myndigheter utveksle kunnskap og erfaring om Sør-Sudan.
The refugee scandal unfolding in Uganda
Uganda, the country with the world’s fastest growing refugee burden, is failing to secure the help it needs to care for those forced across the border from South Sudan by war and hunger.
Less South Sudan refugees fleeing to Uganda despite fighting back home
The number of South Sudanese refugees fleeing to neighboring Uganda has reduced despite continued fighting back home, a new report by the UN Refugee Agency has said.
‘Mama Nyandeng’ Says She Has Reconciled With President Kiir
‘When we came home for lunch our parents had been killed’
South Sudan: Juba Blocks Access to Radio Tamazuj, Sudan Tribune
Juba — The South Sudanese government has ordered service provider, the Zain Telecommunications Group, to bar access to the websites of Radio Tamazuj, Sudan Tribune, and the popular South Sudanese blogs Nyamilepedia and Paanluel Wel.