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JUBA - 17 Nov

SPLM reunification deal doesn’t recognize Machar, says Kiir’s adviser

The Cairo Declaration that was signed by fragmented factions of South Sudan’s SPLM party does not recognize the former first-vice president turned rebel leader Riek Machar, a senior government official said.

JUBA - 17 Nov

UN team to review UNMISS mandate to arrive in Juba this month

A strategic review of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan’s peacekeeping role in the war-affected country will begin later this month to consult with a wide range of people,...
BOR - 17 Nov

Bor Hospital faces shortage of malaria drugs

Bor Hospital has run out of malaria drugs, forcing patients to buy from private chemists, a health official said.

Journalists’ network condemns new Sudanese media bill

Journalists for Human Rights, a network of journalists in Sudan, have condemned the new media bill expected to be passed by the Sudanese parliament in a few days.
CAIRO - 17 Nov

Fractured SPLM factions sign unification deal in Egypt

Fragmented factions of South Sudan's SPLM party signed a deal in Cairo, Egypt to set aside their differences and unify the party.

SPLA-IO dismisses reports on Machar’s removal

Mabior Garang, eldest son of late John Garang de Mabior, founder of the South Sudanese ruling party, the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM), has disputed reports that members...