Tag Archives: South Sudan

Machar appointed South Sudan’s Vice President

By Simon Alison South Sudan rebels welcome surprise move to reappoint leader as vice president.Decree gets cautious approval but analysts fe [...]

South Sudan – Greece

Nakout’s Great Escape Having survived life as a sex slave, a daring escape from her captors and a gruelling journey across land and sea, N [...]

Carter Centre covers sexual violence cases against staff in South Sudan

By Anna Leach and Sandra Laville Like other victims, Sarah Pierce – who was assaulted by a fellow aid worker in South Sudan – says [...]

Obama warns power hungry African leaders

By Staff Reporter       Mr Obama’s address ends his visit to Africa US President Barack Obama has warned that Africa co [...]

South Sudan conflict: Army ‘raped and torched girls

  By Staff Reporter More than 40% of South Sudan‘s population is in need of food aid South Sudan strife South Sudan’s unhap [...]

East Africa’s political borders flurring turmoil?

By Staff Reporter Lines between countries used to have little importance in Africa‘s most dynamic region. How times have changed. In o [...]

South Sudanese rebels in Kampala to mend ties, seek troop withdrawal

By Staff Reporter (Reuters) – A South Sudanese rebel delegation was due to hold talks with Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni in Kampal [...]

Has Kenya Destroyed the ICC?

By MICHELA WRONG The author is a trustee of Human Rights Watch’s Africa Division, serving in an independent, advisory capacity.   [...]

Prominent African Leaders write to Kiir and Machar on eve of Peace Agreement

By Staff Reporter Re: A Message of Peace from Eminent African Leaders  Your Excellency President Salva Kiir, Your Excellency Dr. Riek Macha [...]

EU impose sanctions on South Sudan leaders

  By Staff Reporter The European Union on Thursday imposed travel bans and asset freezes on two South Sudanese military leaders it said [...]

South Sudan’s estimated 9,000 child soldiers

By Staff Reporter The national army has recommitted to the cause of sparing children from fighting, but it’s not totally up to them. E [...]

Sudan’s great survivor: Bashir’s 25 years in power

By Staff Reporter When Omar al-Bashir seized power in Sudan in a bloodless coup in June 1989, he was a relatively unknown army officer ̵ [...]

Safety of journalists essential to vibrant, democratic societies, UN rights chief stresses

By Staff Reporter “Sound, bold and independent” journalism is vital in any democratic society, the United Nations human rights chief dec [...]

LRA rebel chief Kony promotes son

By Staff Reporter Joseph Kony (AP)  Uganda’s notorious rebel chief Joseph Kony has named his son as deputy of his Lord’s Resist [...]

LRA’s Kony in Central African Republic?

By Staff Reporter African troops searching for Lord’s Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony are concentrating on the Central African Republic [...]

South Sudan ceasefire is shacky

By Staff Reporter Kiir, left, and Machar met in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on Friday and agreed to halt fighting [Reuters] South Suda [...]

Kerry calls for more African troops to South Sudan

By Staff Reporter Secretary of State John Kerry took a “selfie” with workers at a hospital in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on Thursday [...]

Republic of Northern Central Africa – CAR Muslims want to breakaway

By Staff Reporter Muslims fleeing Christian mobs say new state needed as UN warns of ‘ethnic-religious cleansing’ but analysts d [...]

Kerry hopes to bring peace to Africa

Will focus on peace and democracy efforts in various countries Washington: Top US diplomat John Kerry heads on his first major tour of sub-S [...]

South Sudan state was abandoned at birth

By Staff Reporter Members of the White Army EVEN in a civil war that has been rife with atrocities, the scale of the massacre of civilians i [...]

South Sudan drops treason charges to promote peace

By Staff Reporter Pagan Amum was once a staunch ally of the president South Sudan strife South Sudan is withdrawing the case against four to [...]

Fighting breaks out again in South Sudan

By Staff Reporter   Fighting is reported to be taking place in Malakal‘s northern, southern and central zones South Sudan strife [...]

Ceasefire in South Sudan?

By Staff Reporter Juba, South Sudan The ceasefire was agreed on Thursday after talks in Ethiopia A ceasefire agreement has come into effect [...]

South Sudan Crisis-Blame Tribalism

Juba, South Sudan                   Off I go on holiday and suddenly there’s a civil war in S [...]

US using NGOs to destabilise Africa?-globalresearch

There is a developing pattern in which NGOs linked to US intelligence are accused of stirring ethnic disputes in Africa.  By Carla Stea [...]

East Africa: Abyei Pressures Two Sudans for Resolution

Religion separates the two Sudans? Juba by Andrew Green The non-binding referendum in Abyei – where people voted overwhelmingly to j [...]
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