News South Sudan » Government: Media, rights activists threatened in South Sudan: U.N. report
JUBA (Reuters) - Journalists and rights activists in South Sudan have been killed or arrested and newspapers closed, often by the government, hampering coverage of one of the world’s biggest humanitarian crises, the United Nations said on Thursday.
News South Sudan » Government: South Sudan Opposition: Government Lacks Will to Work for Peace
The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) on Friday adjourned the South Sudan peace talks for three weeks. An IGAD envoy did not say why, but opposition parties questioned the government delegation's commitment to finding solutions. Opposition ...
News South Sudan » Government: S. Sudan president warns officers who 'seek power for personal gains'
The South Sudan Police was founded after the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement in 2005 within the government efforts to transform the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) fighters into a professional army and institutionalised police.
News South Sudan » Government: UN says S.Sudan abuse with journalists
"Those targeted were deemed to be critical of the government and accused of tarnishing the country's reputation," Shearer said. South Sudan's four-year-old civil war has killed tens of thousands of people and forced millions from their homes. Criticised ...
News South Sudan » Government: South Sudan: Rebels to Release Detained Kenyan Pilots
After more than a month in captivity, two Kenyan pilots detained by rebels in South Sudan could finally be heading home. This is after the government and the rebels agreed on the amount of money to be paid as compensation for loss of life and property when ...
News South Sudan » Government: Sudan: Seeking Russian Protection From Americans
The government and factions leaders are responsible for this mess and responsible to their tribes for finding a solution. Most people in South Sudan are feeling the impact of the civil war. In 2017 foreign aid efforts provided emergency aid (mainly food ...
News South Sudan » Government: UN report: freedom of expression vital for lasting peace in South Sudan
Conflict has persisted in South Sudan for more than five years ... People who were seen as being critical of the government were the ones who were targeted in these instances. The report makes a number of recommendations in order to address these issues.
News South Sudan » Government: U.S. Catholics urged to join pope in prayers for South Sudan, Congo
He noted that South Sudan won its independence in 2011 “only to find itself a victim to corruption and a bloody civil war.” In Congo, “the government fails to honor the constitution as the Catholic Church courageously promotes a peaceful resolution ...
News South Sudan » Government: Sudan: Prisoner Release Left Many Activists Behind
Sudan’s economy deteriorated following South Sudan’s independence in 2011 and in response, the government has imposed austerity measures that included devaluing the currency and lifting subsidies on wheat earlier this year, driving up the price of bread.
News South Sudan » Government: Sudan: After years of conflict, millions require aid; But is the world paying attention?
During the past year, there has been sporadic new conflict, but the country has seen the arrival of new refugees from South Sudan, and it now hosts some ... sanitation and health services. The Government says nearly 400,000 people, including internally ...