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South Sudan war rivals set to meet face-to-face

20 June, 2018

The meeting between rebel leader Riek Machar and President Silva Kiir would be the first between the former comrades-in-arms since 2016.

One person displaced every two seconds: UN

19 June, 2018

Syria's seven-year conflict has pushed more than 6.3 million people out of the country, the UN said, with Turkey hosting by far the largest number of refugees.

US urges Kenya to investigate South Sudan investments

14 June, 2018

The United States has said that Kenya should investigate investments made by South Sudanese elites in the east African country.

Saudi Arabia's non-aggression pact with al-Qaeda in Yemen

13 June, 2018

Analysis: Saudi Arabia's involvement in the Yemeni civil war has forced it to balance the competing demands of counterterrorism and national interest, writes Austin Bodetti.

Sudan defence firms scrap North Korea deals

07 June, 2018

Pressure from the US has prompted Sudan to scrap its defence contracts with North Korea, reports said on Wednesday.

South Sudan faces arms embargo 'if fighting continues'

01 June, 2018

Should the fighting continue, and a political agreement not be reached soon in South Sudan, the UN will adopt an arms embargo

UN threatens South Sudan with sanctions

01 June, 2018

The UN Security Council has adopted a US-sponsored resolution that threatens sanctions against six government officials.

A quarter of war-torn South Sudan girls suicidal: report

30 May, 2018

A new report says that a quarter of South Sudan's adolescent girls have suicidal feelings due to fear of abuse, rape or murder.

South Sudan defence minister among proposed US blacklist

28 May, 2018

Six South Sudanese officials including the defence minister could be added to a sanctions blacklist for fuelling the country's war and blocking aid, reports said on Monday.

Qatar blockade threatens East Africa peace efforts, EU warns

26 May, 2018

Diplomatic tensions between countries in the Gulf are threatening peace efforts in East Africa, particularly in the Horn of Africa, the EU's special envoy has warned.

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