Khartoum and Juba Resume Border Demarcation Talks
[East African] Sudan and South Sudan have resumed talks in Khartoum on their common border demarcation.
Sudan - South Sudan Borders Committee Holds Meeting in Khartoum
[SNA] Khartoum -The Joint Committee for Demarcation of Borders between Sudan and South Sudan held, Wednesday, its 6th meeting at the Friendship Hall.
Joint Committee for Demarcation of Border Between Sudan and South Sudan Holds Sixth Meeting
[SNA] Khartoum -The sixth meeting of the joint committee for the demarcation of the border between Sudan and South Sudan Wednesday held a meeting at the Friendship Hall in Khartoum.
Sudan, S. Sudan Border Demarcation Joint Committee Holds 6th Meeting in Khartoum
[SNA] Khartoum -The joint committee for demarcation of boarders between the Sudan and the state of south Sudan has held, Wednesday, its 6 th meeting at the friendship hall in Khartoum.
UPDF Warn S. Sudan Rebels Against Recruiting Ugandans
[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda security forces in Koboko on Sunday arrested a South Sudanese army colonel on allegation of recruiting youths in the northern Uganda district into rebel ranks.
Women in Yei Accuse Police of Ignoring Rape Cases
[VOA] Many women in Yei River state say they have been the victims of sexual violence but say it is nearly impossible to get justice in Yei since violence broke out in July 2016.
Kiir Reaches Out to Malong, Assures Him Over Safety
[East African] South Sudan's President Salva Kiir has reached out to former army chief Gen Paul Malong, through Dinka elders, seeking a meeting to assure him of his safety.
Ugandan Driver Shot in South Sudan
[Monitor] A Ugandan driver is nursing gunshot injuries on his right leg after being shot by unknown gunmen along Nimule-Juba highway in South Sudan.
'ICC Should Try South Sudan Leaders for War Crimes' - Al-Bashir
[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -Sudan President Al Bashir has said that the atrocities that have accompanied the civil war in South Sudan since December 2013 should have put the leaders of the newly-born state under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court.
U.S. Must Take Sides in the Conflict - Nikki Haley
[VOA] The U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations says the South Sudanese government is engaged in a brutal, protracted military campaign against a fragmented opposition and says, while both sides are responsible for atrocities against civilians, the government is primarily responsible for ethnically based killings.
President Reconciles With Former Army Chief
[VOA] South Sudan's President Salva Kiir and his former army chief of staff apparently have reconciled, a week after a tense standoff in Juba threatened to escalate into violence. The reconciliation happened Thursday at a prayer service at the president's residence in Juba. Pictures surfaced on the internet showing Paul Malong hugging Kiir.
South Sudanese Youngster Hopes to Rise From Kakuma to Play for Gor
[Capital FM] Nairobi -When one hears the name Kakuma, what comes into the mind is the Refugee Camp located in the North-western region of Kenya, however, David Majak has painted a different picture as the lanky South Sudanese youngster shone to leave a mark at the Chapa Dimba Na Safaricom Rift Region Finals held at the Narok Stadium on November 5.
South Sudanese Refugees Reject Family Planning
[Observer] The increasing population of South Sudan refugees in Adjumani is a major worry for Ugandans living in the West Nile district.
The Country Needs Bold Alternatives, Not This Dumpster Fire of Failed Interventions
[IRIN] Mijale -Nicki Haley, the US ambassador to the UN, did not mince her words. "We are not waiting anymore. We need to see a change," she announced after meeting South Sudan's President Salva Kiir on a visit to Juba last month. "We have lost trust in the government."
Security Council Renews Mandate of UN Peacekeeping Force in Abyei for Six Months
[UN News] The Security Council on Wednesday extended until 15 May 2018 the mandate of the United Nations peacekeeping force in Abyei, a contested area on the Sudan-South Sudan border.
Ex-Army Chief Malong Out of House Arrest But Under Close Watch
[East African] Former South Sudan chief of general staff Paul Malong has been released after five months of house arrest but he is under close watch lest he start another rebellion.
Museveni, Bashir Discuss Nile Impasse, South Sudan
[Monitor] Kampala -President Museveni on Tuesday held "private" discussions with the visiting Sudanese president Omar-al-Bashir at his Kisozi farm in Gomba District.
Supreme Court Judge Resigns
[Monitor] South Sudan Supreme Court judge has resigned citing lack of judicial independence in Africa's youngest nation.
Ex-Combatants Warned Against New Rebellion
[Monitor] Yumbe -The Amnesty Commission has cautioned ex-combatants in Yumbe District against joining rebel forces in South Sudan or forming new rebel groups in Uganda.
Museveni and Bashir Speak Out On Somalia, South Sudan
[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -Visiting Sudan's President Omar Al-Bashir and host Yoweri Museveni of Uganda have called upon the international community to support the African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) with the resources and requisite capabilities to more effectively assist the current government.