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20 Feb 2017

Parts of South Sudan suffering famine: govt official

JUBA Parts of war-ravaged South Sudan are suffering famine, a government official said on Monday, adding nearly half the country's population would lack reliable access to affordable food by July.

19 Feb 2017

Military investigates after South Sudan villagers claim gang rape by soldiers - bishop

JUBA The South Sudanese military has launched a rare investigation into allegations that soldiers gang-raped villagers, a bishop told Reuters on Sunday, after a week of high-level army resignations by officers citing rampant abuse.

17 Feb 2017

South Sudan general resigns as minister, joins rebels

NAIROBI/JUBA A South Sudanese minister has defected to the rebels, the second high-level resignation this week from the government, which is locked in a civil war that has displaced more than 3 million people.

09 Feb 2017

South Sudan fighting reaches 'worrying proportions' - U.N. mission

JUBA Fighting between government and opposition forces in South Sudan has reached "worrying proportions" in recent days and forced the evacuation of aid workers, with more military supplies seen arriving in Upper Nile State, the U.N. Mission in South Sudan said.

06 Feb 2017

South Sudan president says soldiers who rape should be shot

JUBA The president of South Sudan said on Monday that soldiers who rape civilians should be shot, trying to mollify citizens outraged by abuses by security forces and quell growing international anger over attacks.

04 Feb 2017

South Sudan rebels accuse Egypt of bombing raid, drawing denials

JUBA South Sudan rebels accused Egypt on Saturday of carrying out bombing raids against their positions, drawing an immediate denial from Cairo, and warned of the risk of a regional war.

31 Jan 2017

Fresh clashes near South Sudan's oil hub of Malakal

JUBA Fresh clashes broke out around South Sudan's second-largest city of Malakal on Tuesday, a rebel spokesman and a government official said, the latest turn in the struggle for the capital of the oil-producing Upper Nile region.

02 Dec 2016

South Sudan budget has 40 percent funding gap, wants donor help

JUBA, Dec 2 South Sudan's parliament passed a 38-billion-pound budget on Friday but about 40 percent of that is unfunded and the government will ask foreign donors for the money, the finance minister said.

01 Dec 2016

Aid convoys blocked in South Sudan, U.N. says

JUBA United Nations officials told Reuters on Thursday that attacks on aid workers and bureaucratic interference are preventing supplies from reaching tens of thousands of desperate South Sudanese who have fled their homes amid escalating violence.

26 Nov 2016

South Sudan ready for new U.N. force deployment any time - cabinet

JUBA South Sudan's government has said it is ready to accept the deployment of a U.N. regional protection force at any time, after fighting in the capital in July threatened to plunge the nation back into a full-scale civil war.

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