From the Pacific to Africa, the fate of nations is too often decided in the boardrooms of London or New York.
Last week I accompanied World Food Program (WFP) Executive Director Ertharin Cousin to South Sudan to see how the world’s largest humanitarian food agency is addressing one of its most complex and pressing challenges.
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The United Nations Security Council is inching closer to imposing sanctions on individuals in South Sudan and instituting an arms embargo.
JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudan's President Salva Kiir, fresh from being extended in office for another three years, said on Wednesday the threat of international sanctions would not keep him from retaliating against his rival.
After the South Sudan peace talks failed to result in an agreement by the March 5 deadline, the UN Security Council warned that it could impose an arms embargo and introduce targeted measures against those who threaten security in the country.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - The United Nations Security Council on Tuesday threatened sanctions against "senior individuals" in South Sudan for actions or policies that jeopardize security and stability after the war-torn country's leaders failed to agree on a peace deal.
JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudan's parliament voted on Tuesday to extend its own term and that of President Salva Kiir by three years starting from July, its speaker said.
Country's natural beauty and wildlife have the potential to bring tourist dollars, but are at risk due to war.
UN says Cobra Faction set to release further 400 children in next two days but thousands still involved in fighting.
Kelly Ranck, who brought us the Amazing Africa posts from Kenya and South Sudan now brings us this gorgeous series of photos from Chad. Kelly works with World Concern, a Christian global relief and development agency extending opportunity...Show More Summary
Refusing to sign 'bad' peace agreement, S Sudan president tells his people to persevere in face of hardships ahead.
An excerpt of this interview was recently published in the New York Times. Alleged myth: Peace sanctions in Sudan will stabilize South Sudan. Fact: Sudan has diverted the world's attention away from the atrocities its government is committing by arming the rebellion in South Sudan. Show More Summary
While South Sudan’s warring parties have failed to make necessary compromises for peace after nearly 15 months of conflict, the people of South Sudan continue to suffer, including millions of children.
If you ever travel to Mogos, South Sudan, make sure to bring a water filter—not just because of the dirty water, but because of the dirty looks. The filter signals your participation in the fight against the Guinea worm parasite. “It’s...Show More Summary
Oxfam staff first met Josephine in Juba in April 2013, in a UN base where she had fled to seek protection and medical help. She was pregnant and had left her home in the countryside with one of her five children. However her plans to return were overtaken by war and her entire life turned upside down. Show More Summary
By supporting South Sudan’s independence from Sudan, the US, UK and Norway created conditions for the ongoing civil war in the world’s youngest country, allege leaked documents from an inquiry by the African Union.
South Sudan's peace process has broken down again, and this time UN sanctions could be used to punish both sides and impose an arms embargo against the country established in 2011.
President Kiir and rebel leader Machar fail to reach power-sharing agreement during meetings in Ethiopia.