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Uganda: South Sudanese, Who Are Again Refugees in Uganda, See No Reason to Ever Go Home
When Joseph Anyang Ngong took his family home from Uganda in 2005, he thought a safe and secure future lay before them in Sudan's Bor region.
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5 hrs ago
South Sudan army admits loss of key oil town of Bentiu
South Sudan's army said Wednesday rebels had wrested control of the key oil town of Bentiu, one of the most bitterly contested regions in the four-month-long conflict.
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S Sudan army admits loss of key oil town
African Union Commission Chairperson Nkosazana-Zuma has reportedly called on AU member states to sing the Union's anthem alongside their national hymns at all official functions.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Voice of America
Report: Africa's Economic Prosperity at Risk From Instability
The head of the African Development Bank, Donald Kaberuka, says achieving economic progress does not just depend on having impressive numbers of GDP growth, high rise buildings or first class highways.
South Sudan: UN official calls ongoing violence a an outragea to countrya s people
South Sudanese refugees, who fled to Ethiopia after internal ethnical conflicts erupted in their homeland in December 2013, carry essential aid items back to their tents in Kule Camp.
Machar vows to take oil fields
The leader of South Sudan's rebels has vowed to attack the capital, Juba, and target crucial oil fields, warning in an exclusive interview with AFP that the civil war will not end until the country's president is removed from power.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Tribal conflict in South Sudan forces people to live like refugees at home
Juba , April 12: People of South Sudan, the world's youngest nation, are living a life of internal refugees due to a tribal conflict that has paralysed the country for the past four months.
U.K. man walking length of Nile River through seven countries
Never a dull moment during the Sea to Sky Vancouver International Cheerleading competition at Vancouver Trade and Convention Centre on Sunday Former British Army captain Levison Wood sets out walking along the Nile river from Juba, in South Sudan.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
South Sudan: Egyptian Scholarships to Benefit Over 2,000 S. Sudanese
At least 2, 500 South Sudanese students are set to benefit from scholarship opportunities extended by the Egyptian government in various disciplines.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Voice of America
South Sudan Politician Declares Innocence in Alleged Coup Plot
Former SPLM secretary-general Pagan Amum testified in his own defense in a court in Juba on Friday, April 11. - One of four South Sudanese politicians who were detained in December and accused of being part of an alleged plot to oust President Salva Kiir testified that he had nothing to do with the fighting that broke out in Juba and spread to the ... (more)
Voice of America
Hunger Could Kill 50,000 South Sudanese Children This Year, UNICEF Warns
A woman stands with her daughter in the MA©decins Sans FrontiA res clinic at the camp for displaced people on the grounds of the United Nations Mission to South Sudan base in Juba, South Sudan, on January 12, 2014.
Crocodile close calls: UK man walks length of Nile
In this photo taken Wednesday, April 9, 2014, former British Army captain Levison Wood sets out walking along the Nile river from Juba, in South Sudan.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
The Baltimore Sun
Kerry urges end to South Sudan fighting in meeting with senior official
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told a senior South Sudan official on Thursday that the Juba government needed to end the fighting in the African country, as the State Department brandished the threat of sanctions.
UN Shows 'Shocking Indifference' Towards Displaced People: Doctors
Displaced people in the Tomping camp are crowded into low-lying parts of a UN compound prone to flooding.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Doctors Without Borders blasts UN in S Sudan
A video that shows Zimbabweans in Harare dancing and swinging happily as they go about their daily chores has gone viral.
UN accused of S Sudan 'indifference'
A medical charity has accused the UN in South Sudan of showing "shocking indifference" towards displaced people sheltering at one of its compounds.
South Sudan: Man Loses Everything, but Finds Peace Most Important
Until very recently, Magai Bakam was a businessman in South Sudan with a shop of his own and 300 head of cattle.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
South Sudan: Ruling Party Official Urges More Targeted Sanctions
A leading member of South Sudan's ruling Sudan People's Liberation Movement has called on the international community to follow America's lead by putting additional pressure on the government in Juba in a bid to help quickly resolve that country's conflict.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Ugandans in South Sudan: We want to vote from here
The Mayor of Bor in Jongeli State South Sudan Nhial Majak Nhial talks to Uganda Peoiples Defence Force Spokesman Paddy Ankunda, during a visit to Bor on April.6, 2014.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
Walta Information Centre
Kiir, Bashir discuss ways to protect South Sudan's oilfields - Sunday, 06 April 2014 22:17
Addis Ababa, 7 April 2014 - South Sudan's president Salva Kiir concluded a one-day visit to Khartoum on Saturday during which he discussed with his Sudanese counterpart Omer Hassan Al-Bashir bilateral relations and security issues.