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Hunger worsens in South Sudan despite peace deal
Five months into South Sudan's fragile peace, 1.5 million people are on the brink of starvation and half the population, more than six million people, are facing extreme hunger, say the United Nations and South Sudan's government in a report issued Friday.
Amnesty censures South Sudan over rising number of executions
Amnesty International has denounced a rise in the use of the death sentence in South Sudan, urging the world’s youngest nation to “stop signing execution orders.”
Prisoners take control of part of South Sudan detention center
Prisoners disarmed guards and seized control of part of a detention center in South Sudan's capital Juba early on Sunday, the state security service said, and a detainee said the inmates taking the action were political prisoners seeking freedom.
19 killed in South Sudan plane crash
Nineteen people were killed on Sunday when a small plane crashed into a lake in the center of South Sudan, while four survived, a regional official told AFP.
UN says South Sudan troops killed 232 civilians, raped 120 women in spring
The United Nations human rights agency says at least 232 civilians have lost their lives and 120 women and girls raped this spring during attacks launched by South Sudan government soldiers and their allied forces in opposition-held rural areas.
South Sudan government forces, allies killed hundreds of civilians - UN
At least 232 civilians were killed and 120 women and girls raped this spring in attacks by South Sudan government troops and aligned forces in opposition-held villages, the UN human rights office said on Tuesday.
Humanitarian convoy attacked in South Sudan, driver killed: UNICEF
UNICEF says gunmen have attacked a convoy of humanitarian trucks belonging to a contractor of the United Nations Children's Fund in South Sudan, killing one person.
South Sudan's latest cease-fire violated within hours
South Sudan government troops violated the country's latest cease-fire just hours after it began at midnight, the armed opposition claimed Saturday, while a government spokesman accused the rebels of attacking instead.
South Sudan warring parties sign peace deal
South Sudan's president signed a peace agreement with rebels on Wednesday including a ceasefire to start in 72 hours, Sudan's foreign minister said, but rebels rejected other parts of the deal.
South Sudan's warring sides agree to permanent cease-fire
South Sudan's warring parties on Wednesday agreed to a permanent cease-fire to take effect in 72 hours, as long-suffering citizens wondered whether this latest attempt at peace would fall apart as well.
Rebel leader Machar not to join government, S Sudan minister says
South Sudan says rebel leader Riek Machar cannot rejoin its government after five years of civil war in remarks condemned by his rebel group as “intended to derail the peace process.”
South Sudan's president and rebel leader meet for peace talks
South Sudan’s president and rebel leader met on Wednesday for the first time since 2016, when a peace deal collapsed and fighting re-erupted between their forces, the Ethiopian prime minister’s chief of staff said.
UN aid worker killed in South Sudan
An aid worker was killed in South Sudan when gunmen shot at his agency vehicle, the United Nations said on Tuesday.
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.

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