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JUBA (21 Feb.) - President Salva Kiir said the National Dialogue is not a trick of his government to cling onto power, pointing out that it is an important national undertaking... full story
JUBA (21 Feb.) - The international children's charity Sava the Children warned that more than one million children in South Sudan risk starvation, as a famine is declared in Unity State. full story
WAU (21 Feb.) - Bishop John Fabiano of the Pentecostal Church in Wau town has called on the government to collect illegal firearms from citizens, saying the proliferation of arms in the hands of... full story
BOR (21 Feb.) - Pupils in Bor prefer private schools, saying the quality of education is better than in government schools. full story
BOMA (21 Feb.) - At least five people were seriously wounded after a young boy picked up a firearm and accidentally opened fire at people during a house party in Mewun Payam in Boma State on... full story
ABYEI (21 Feb.) - An Indian national was shot dead by an unknown gunman in the disputed territory of Abyei between Sudan and South Sudan on Saturday, a source said. full story
JUBA (21 Feb.) - President Salva Kiir on Monday evening fired the head of the government-owned Nile Petroleum Company, which oversees South Sudan oil industry, amid an acute fuel crisis in Juba. full story
NAIROBI (21 Feb.) - Affidavits filed in the High Court of Kenya revealed that the two South Sudanese who have been missing in Nairobi since last month, could be released for a ransom of $10,000. full story
UPPER NILE (21 Feb.) - The Ceasefire and Transitional Security Arrangements Monitoring Mechanism (CTSAMM),said its monitoring team was denied access to Wau Shilluk area in South Sudan's Upper Nile State... full story
JUBA (20 Feb.) - Sudan Sudan’s government has admitted that the war-affected areas in Greater Unity State and the Equatoria region have been severely hit by famine, saying nearly 5.5 million... full story