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UN says over 300 child soldiers have been freed in South Sudan
The United Nations says over 300 child soldiers have been released by armed groups in war-ravaged South Sudan under a scheme to help reintegrate them into society.
War-hit children in South Sudan 'at risk of imminent death'
More than 250,000 children in war-torn South Sudan are ‘at risk of imminent death’ because of severe malnutrition, a UN official has said.
Clashes break out near South Sudan capital in truce violation
Clashes broke out near South Sudan’s capital Juba between government troops and rebels, officials said on Friday, the latest violation of a cease-fire signed last month.
UN rights experts deplore atrocities in South Sudan
A team of United Nations rights experts has deplored the atrocities committed by all conflicting sides in South Sudan, urging punishment of the perpetrators.
Fighting between rebel and army kills 27 in South Sudan
Twenty-seven people have been killed when rebels attacked government forces in South Sudan, a local government official says.
At least 3 dead as South Sudan rebel groups clash
South Sudanese rebel groups fought each other this week in a strategic area near the Ugandan border leaving at least three dead, rebels said.
South Sudan rebels retake strategic town along Ethiopia border
South Sudan’s rebels say they have retaken control of their stronghold town of Pagak near the border with Ethiopia from government forces.
South Sudan declares state of emergency
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir has declared a three-month state of emergency in his home state, where clashes have raged for months between clan-based militias, the government spokesman said on Tuesday.
Contaminated vaccines kill 15 children in South Sudan
Fifteen children have died in South Sudan after receiving contaminated measles vaccines that had not been properly refrigerated, and were mixed using the same syringe for four days.
South Sudan begins trial of 13 soldiers accused of rape, murder in July 2016
A South Sudan military court has begun the trial sessions of 13 government troops suspected of raping foreign aid workers and murdering a local journalist in the capital Juba last July, as the world's youngest nation is still striving to restore stability and maintain security amid a four-year-long deadly civil war.
UN images reveal 18,000 destroyed structures in South Sudan
United Nations satellite images obtained by The Associated Press show at least 18,000 structures have been destroyed in the Yei area of South Sudan. It is one of the most significant caches of evidence of widespread destruction in the country's civil war.
Six aid workers killed in South Sudan ambush: UN
Six aid workers have been killed in an ambush in South Sudan, the UN said Sunday, the latest such attack in the country suffering a famine blamed on a brutal civil war.
Norway: South Sudan crisis is man-made, government must act
Norway's foreign minister says South Sudan's leaders have inflicted a massive humanitarian crisis on the population threatened by a famine, adding that a stop in fighting in the civil war is needed urgently.
Armed men kill two aid workers in South Sudan
Armed men have attacked an aid convoy of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), killing two people and injuring three others in South Sudan, where an ongoing civil war has led to famine.
Tens of thousands flood into Sudan from famine-hit South Sudan, says UN
The United Nations refugee agency says over 31,000 South Sudanese, fleeing famine and conflict, have crossed the border into Sudan so far this year.

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