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All AfricaSouth Sudan
  • Economy is Among the Victims of the Conflict
  • U.S. Sanctions Oil Companies to Choke Off War Funds
  • South Sudan Telco Rues Closure Order
  • US Targets 15 Oil Entities in New Restrictions
  • South Sudan Stops Transmission of Guinea Worm Disease
  • Juba Government to Take Part in the 3rd Peace Process
  • Bringing Water Closer to Communities in South Sudan
  • Nonprofit Calls for Restriction on Imported Seeds
  • Ahead of Rainy Season, UN Under 'Time Pressure' to Deliver Aid
  • Security Council Renews UN Peacekeeping Mission in South Sudan
The NilesSouth Sudan
  • 24 questions and answers
  • Could the Mara River disappear?
  • What can local people do to protect the Nile?
  • Is Lake Cyohoha’s biodiversity declining?
  • Can the Nile River secure Port Sudans water supply?
  • Celebrating 19 years of cooperation
  • Can fishing survive as a way of life along the River Nile?
  • Can groundwater reserves solve water scarcity?
  • Is the Nile still an important transport route?
  • How can we best protect Lake Victoria’s ecosystem?
Sudan TribuneSouth Sudan
  • Awan, Former Detainees say ready to work to end South Sudan war
  • Fresh clashes erupt between Sudan army, SLM-AW in Jebel Marra
  • S. Sudan army says repulsed rebel attack on Nasir town
  • Pressure mounts on President Salva Kiir to pardon John Agou
  • Malong has returned to Nairobi after short visit to Khartoum
  • S. Sudan security arrest state-owned oil entity official
  • Al-Mahdi, British lawmakers discuss Sudan peace process
  • Al-Bashir warns Sudan's political opposition against alliance with armed groups
  • South Sudan says U.S oil sanctions will undermine peace
  • Salva Kiir's gestapo mentality
South Sudan NationSouth Sudan
  • Pres. Salva Kiir’s Gestapo Mentality is killing South Sudan
  • The Generation Too Deprived to Reason for Their Own Good: The case of the “Seeds of Nation, Terap, Jesh el Hamer of the [South] Sudan”
  • BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Adds South Sudanese Oil Entities to Department of Commerce Entity List
  • IGAD Council of Ministers Statement on Non-Compliance by The Parties to The Conflict in the Republic of South Sudan to Its Statement of 25th January 2018
  • Open Letter to Dr. Francis Mading Deng: Waste of time with National Dialogue
  • Peaceful Governance in South Sudan: Lessons from Kenyan Leaders Coming of Age
  • South Sudan’s leadership uses state-owned oil company Nilepet to funnel millions into brutal security services and ethnic militias
  • Nyandeng: IGAD must use the stick to get Kiir out as president, not diplomacy
  • Where the Machar-led SPLM/A (IO) faltered: Latest Serious Criticism from Inside
  • South Sudan: The ‘Last Chance’ Call for Peace
Eye RadioSouth Sudan
  • Pupils urge gov’t to stop fighting to protect wildlife
  • FVP urges Troika to give S. Sudan chance to restore stability
  • Football club suspended in Abyei for assaulting referee
  • Bor authorities to allocate land to those affected by demolition
  • Makuei reacts to US sanctions
  • Magwi commissioner calls on deminers to assess the area
  • Enough Project backs US sanctions on S. Sudan oil entities
  • Family demand justice for girl shot by soldier in Giada
  • US lists 15 S. Sudanese oil entities for sanctions
  • MPs fail to attend sitting due to rain
Radio TamazujSouth Sudan
  • Rebel general defects, joins government in Juba
  • Salva Kiir’s gestapo mentality
  • Taban Deng says US sanctions will not affect oil sector
  • Malong says Kiir must go 'urgently'
  • Latjor’s parliament elects speaker and deputy speaker
  • Football players and coaches punished after brawl in Bor
  • Civil society group calls for John Agou’s release
  • Maridi airstrip to be relocated and upgraded soon
  • Government backtracks on plan to change peace talks venue
  • 4 fishermen convicted for dyke destruction in Twic, Jonglei State

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