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15 September 2016 05:21:39 Sudan Tribune: Plural news and views on Sudan
September 14, 2016 (JUBA) – The United States government said it welcomes The Sentry's report tracking the “extensive” corruption in South Sudan, including abuse of preferential access to foreign currency as well as theft of public assets. South Sudanese leaders, the report said, have transferred millions of dollars of ill-gotten wealth outside the country while a civil war that has left nearly half the country's people homeless or in urgent need of humanitarian aid. The 66-page report (...) - News / South Sudan , Corruption , United States (US) , FRONT_PAGE_SECONDARY
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14 September 2016 22:45:54 News24 World
The United States has accused South Sudan's leaders of "pillaging government coffers," as Washington endorsed a report on the corruption fuelling the country's civil war.
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14 August 2016 20:24:59 WN.com - Africa News
The United Nations Security Council's (UNSC's) resolution to deploy 4,000 troops to South Sudan to secure peace shows that the international community is getting impatient with a nation unable to resolve its internal feuds. ......
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14 August 2016 19:20:07 AllAfrica News: Latest
The United Nations Security Council's (UNSC's) resolution to deploy 4,000 troops to South Sudan to secure peace shows that the international community is getting impatient with a nation unable to resolve its internal feuds.
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15 June 2016 02:24:13 Sudan Tribune: Plural news and views on Sudan
June 14, 2016 (JUBA) - A unit of the faction of the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA), a co-national army of South Sudan under the command of President Salva Kiir, has ransacked a market in Kajokeji county of the proposed Yei River (Central Equatoria) state, sparking armed confrontation in which more than 20 lives were lost. The actual motive behind the looting of the civilians market remains unclear. Neither the office of the spokesperson of the SPLA nor the governor of the proposed (...) - News / South Sudan , Economy , Business & Industry
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10 June 2016 23:10:55 Sudan Tribune: Plural news and views on Sudan
August 10, 2016 ((JUBA)- The United States has urged South Sudan leaders to respect their commitment to establish a hybrid court meant to arbitrate charges of war crimes in the country. This week, the New York Times published a commentary purportedly written by South Sudan President Salva Kiir and first vice president Riek Machar, calling on the international community and the US and Britain in particular to reconsider a key component of South Sudan's peace deal: a hybrid international (...) - News / South Sudan , United States (US) , Human Rights , Human Rights Watch (HRW) , FRONT_PAGE_DISPLAY
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24 February 2016 06:40:14 Sudan Tribune: Plural news and views on Sudan
February 23, 2016 (BOR) - Hundreds of people have displaced either to United Nations camps or bushes within Pibor town after fighting erupted between the South Sudanese army and the former South Sudan Democratic Movement/Army (SSDM/A)-Cobra faction forces. The Boma state coordinator in Juba, Gabriel Makori said fighting erupted at about 2:00pm (local time) when bodyguards of the newly appointed Boma state governor visited Pibor to prepare for the latter's reception. Pibor has been tense (...) - News / South Sudan , Military , South Sudan Democratic Movement / Army (SSDM/SSDA)
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20 August 2015 03:45:34 WN.com - World News
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United States proposed on Wednesday implementing a United Nations arms embargo on South Sudan and further targeted sanctions from Sept. 6 unless President Salva Kiir signs a peace deal to end the country's 20-month conflict....
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06 August 2015 07:09:41 Sudan Tribune: Plural news and views on Sudan
August 5, 2015 (WASHINGTON) – United States president, Barrack Obama, has warned of measures against warring parties in South Sudan should they fail to sign a peace agreement and end the 20-month long civil war in the country. President Obama after a meeting with the United Nations (UN) secretary general, Ban Ki Moon, on Wednesday, discussing South Sudan, said world nations might be forced to come up with a "different plan" for the war-ravaged South Sudan if the young country's feuding (...) - News / United States (US)
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31 July 2015 17:39:58 AllAfrica News: Latest
The United States Special Envoy to Sudan and South Sudan, Donald Booth, said on Thursday that the "patience of my country, of the region and of the other international partners has run out," over delays by South Sudan's warring factions to resolve the ongoing crisis.
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