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TAMAZUJ - 19 Jan

Government, rebels blame each other for fresh fighting

South Sudan’s government and the main rebel group led by the country’s former First Vice President Riek Machar have again accused each other of breaking the ceasefire deal signed in December last year.

JUBA - 19 Jan

Britain says 'committed to South Sudan peace'

Britain said it was "committed to South Sudan peace" and ready to support the next round of the revitalization process in February.
AWEIL - 19 Jan

Prices hike in Aweil as protests continue in neighboring Sudan

Aweil chamber of commerce chairman said the prices of commodities have rapidly increased recently compared to previous months in the border state with Sudan.

Sudanese opposition figure demands release of political prisoners

A senior member of the Sudanese Communist Party, Tariq Abdul-Majid, on Thursday called for the release of all political detainees arrested during the demonstrations organized by...
JUBA - 19 Jan

South Sudan, China enter into $169 million road project deal

South Sudan government on Wednesday signed a deal with China to construct a highway to link the country to East African region.
BOR - 19 Jan

Bor town residents say security situation improved

Residents of Bor town in South Sudan’s Jonglei State said the security situation within the town has greatly improved after organized forces increased joint patrols in the area.