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09 December 2019 | Comments (0)
“It is vital that people do not turn to violence as a solution to the dire economic situation or because of political uncertainty. Reconciliation and peace-building is the only viable path to development and, ultimately, prosperity for all South Sudanese.” Read more
07 December 2019 | Comments (0)
"The event attracted over 500 people including parents, traditional rulers, women and youth groups, members of the United Nations Country Team and government officials." Read more
04 December 2019 | Comments (0)
"As we commemorate Isaiah’s painful demise, we also commemorate the heroic work of slain journalists and other South Sudanese who have been disappeared and died." Read more
26 November 2019 | Comments (0)
"Our analysis suggests that the more we spend on defense, the more insecurity the country experiences. This is to say that an additional one percent spent on security translates to at least 60 deaths." Read more
25 November 2019 | Comments (0)
"Fighting broke out between groups of intoxicated young men in the site on Thursday 21 November. When UN police officers intervened to stop the violence and protect other civilians, the youths turned on the officers, pelting them with stones and hitting them with sticks." Read more
21 November 2019 | Comments (0)
" I have seen remarkable things happen in South Sudan where people believe something was possible and moved forward on it and if that feeling is there, then I really, truly believe that we will see peace." Read more
07 October 2019 | Comments (0)
"The Sentry Reveals “Oligarch” Al-Cardinal as Major Enabler of Corruption and Violence in South Sudan. Tycoon with Ties to US, UK, and UAE Has Received Hundreds of Millions of Dollars in Suspect Contracts, Imported Weapons, and Formed Business with a Ruthless Warlord" Read more
03 October 2019 | Comments (0)
"The Security Council signalled its strong desire for the momentum of the peace process to be maintained. So much so, that they are travelling as a group to South Sudan towards the end of this month to see the situation first-hand and to put their weight behind the political process." Read more
26 September 2019 | Comments (0)
"The large-scale reduction of more than 360,000 individuals is caused by updating and verifying displacement data through revisiting locations and obtaining new population estimates, and reviewing all data for potential duplications".

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19 September 2019 | Comments (0)
"The people responsible for violence and corruption in South Sudan often have strong links to the United Kingdom. We’ve found examples of warlords doing business with British citizens, U.K. nationals involved in possible embezzlement of South Sudanese state assets,..." Read more
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