Sudan needs to address racial tension to build sustainable peace
Discrimination against non-Arabs in Sudan is a major problem, says Quscondy Abdulshafi – and the conflict won’t end until the persecution stops.
Heavy fighting erupts in Pagak
Heavy fighting between South Sudan’s warring factions broke out in South Sudan’s Pagak town, the main rebel headquarters located at the Ethiopian border.
German Foreign Affairs Minister Visits UN Base in South Sudan
The Head of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan, David Shearer, has expressed his gratitude to Germany’s Federal Minister for Foreign Affairs for the country’s contribution to the protection of civilians and building of durable peace in South Sudan.
UN Peacekeeping Mission Head insists on “zero tolerance approach” to militarization of South Sudan’s displaced people camps
The Head of the UN Peacekeeping Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has insisted that the mission maintains a “zero tolerance approach” to the militarization of camps for people displaced by conflict and that the camps remain civilian in nature.
Cholera Threatens to Sweep Across the Country During Rainy Season
The International Organization for Migration (IOM) is calling for rapid action to prevent a cholera epidemic in South Sudan from spiraling out of control as the rainy season in the country progresses.
AFRICOM deputy chief visits Sudan for security talks
US to decide on October 12 whether to permanently lift two-decade sanctions on Sudan.
First batch of regional troops arrive in South Sudan
The head of South Sudan’s UN mission announced on Tuesday the long-awaited arrival of troops from a regional force meant to patrol roads and quell violence in the war-ravaged country.
Tribal clashes in South Sudan claim 38 lives
Killings on Monday and Tuesday were revenge attacks, police say.
FEATURE -Long road to recovery for South Sudan’s youngest
Unicef estimates that 900,000 children in South Sudan need psychological help, with at least 150,000 of them living in camps.