Peace talks derail efforts to end early marriage in S. Sudan

| 4:50 pm

South Sudan’s Foreign Affairs Director of International Organizations in Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Amb. Agnes Oswaha

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Kiir, Machar ink permanent ceasefire

| 7:05 pm

President Salva Kiir and Dr. Riek Machar have signed a declaration of permanent ceasefire and security arrangements that comes into effect within 72 hours.

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NEW: Freedom of Expression Radio Show

| 2:52 pm

By Garang Abraham Malak/Koang Pal Chang This year, South Sudan’s civil war entered its fifth year with UN report saying the government continues to censor the media and restrict freedom of expression.

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Q&A with Ababu on alleged illicit financial flows to Kenya

| 8:57 am

Last week, US-based research group the Enough Project urged Kenya, Uganda and the US to investigate and seize corruption proceeds from South Sudan that have been invested in real estate in the region. Nearly 2 years…

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New banknote symbolizes weakening economy

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The Bank of South Sudan has announced the introduction of a new banknote of 500 pounds as a legal tender in the country.

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HLRF phase II: Was it a breakthrough or deadlock?

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The second phase of the High Level Revitalization Forum ended on Wednesday without a deal after parties submitted their positions on the bridging proposals on governance and security to IGAD.

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SPLA: Past, Present and Aspirations

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Exactly 35 years ago, South Sudanese joined by some Sudanese aggrieved by the government in Khartoum established the SPLM/SPLA.

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Desalegn tells S. Sudanese leaders to resign

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Former Ethiopia Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn has suggested that South Sudanese leaders “resign” for failing to resolve the conflict.

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Harassment continues

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Despite repeated calls by President Salva Kiir on organized forces to stop harassing motorists on the road, some continue to intimidate drivers.

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Nilepet serving gov’t war agendas – Report

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A UK-based research group says the economic drivers of South Sudan’s conflict, including the oil sector, should be the focus of the next revitalization forum

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