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All AfricaSouth Sudan
  • Health Ministry Successfully Conducts First-Ever Diagnostic Test for Ebola
  • UN Rights Chief Calls for Release of Hundreds Abducted and Abused
  • South Sudan Needs Roads for Peace. Literally.
  • To Forgive Is Divine - Is the Church the Key to Reintegrating Child Soldiers?
  • Sudan Appoints New Peace Envoy to South Sudan
  • South Sudan Peace Process Top of Agenda as Kenyatta Hosts SA Deputy President
  • 'Grave Violations Committed by Govt Security Forces' - UN
  • UN Accuses Troops of Child Killings, Rapes
  • East Africa Now Owes China $29.4 Billion in Infrastructure Loans
  • South Sudan Announces Release of 'Prisoners of War and Detainees'
The NilesSouth Sudan
  • In the shadow of the media spotlight: Lake Tana
  • Climate change’s imprint on the Nile Basin
  • Water hyacinths: both beauty and beast
  • Importing energy and a higher quality of life
  • Connecting power across borders
  • Interest and power in the Eastern Nile
  • Business across borders
  • An opened border binds two countries
  • Forging a new path between Ethiopia and Sudan
  • Lake Victoria’s once-abundant fish stocks in decline
Sudan TribuneSouth Sudan
  • Civil society group lauds release of war prisoners, detainees
  • Sudanese opposition leader files lawsuit against travel ban
  • Progress observed at end of second month of R-ARCSS implementation
  • JMEC urges to mull over financial needs for South Sudan's peace implementation
  • Washington, Khartoum to discuss removal of Sudan's name from terror list: envoy
  • Sudan renews adherence to unilateral ceasefire until end of year
  • South Sudan's SPLA-IO denies attacks on two other groups
  • Chairperson of South Sudan pre-transitional body arrives in Khartoum
  • South Sudan releases 24 prisoners: Red Cross
  • AU provides $100,000 for returnees in Sudan's Two Areas
South Sudan NationSouth Sudan
  • South Sudan opposition Machar’s forces sexually abused women, girls in latest violence: UN
  • Urgent Message to Equatorians in Uganda: Avoid the planned Kampala meeting by Kiir’s agents
  • Kiir’s South Sudan army SPLA, raped, killed and recruited Children – UN
  • BREAKING NEWS: Kenyan & South Sudanese activists demand action against beneficiaries of SS War
  • Remember South Sudan? Washington Would Prefer Not to as Taban Deng frustrates USA
  • Political Prisoners’ Standoff with JUBA Regime’s Security at notorious BLUE HOUSE, Jebel Area
  • From the people of South Sudan to American Ambassador Nikki Haley: An open appeal for urgent action against Mr. Ashraf Al Cardinal, the icon of corruption in South Sudan
  • The Revitalized Peace in South Sudan: The Fruits of IGAD Mediation
  • “Kiir: I want our jieng forces to kill all Equatorians:” Jieng Council of Elders’ Top Secret Exposed!
  • A “Political Tsunami” hits the South Sudan Opposition Alliance (SSOA)
Eye RadioSouth Sudan
  • A family sues police over looting
  • Freed Gbudue detainees ‘can’t thank enough’
  • Save the Children: 20,000 children risk starving to death in S. Sudan
  • Four state HIV testing sites run out of testing kits
  • Female aid worker sentenced to prison in Jonglei
  • Juba ‘unfit’ to host EAC Inter-Parliamentary Games
  • Armed robbers to be tried in a military court-President Salva Kiir
  • UN: 900 civilians abducted in W. Equatoria region
  • Reduction of  hostilities remarkable-JMEC acting deputy Chief of staff
  • Sudanese President appoints peace ambassador to S. Sudan.
Radio TamazujSouth Sudan
  • UK envoy: Ready to support South Sudan peace process but with conditions
  • Jonglei civil society group holds election despite NSS interruption
  • Pre-Transitional committee holds first meeting in Khartoum
  • Sports Update: Juba beat St. Mary 2-0 to qualify for the inter-university tournament finals
  • South Sudan successfully conducts first ever Ebola test
  • Health authorities decry shortage of medical facilities and drugs in Amadi State
  • Government sued at EACJ over detention of Kerbino Wol
  • NSS disrupts civil society group elections in Bor, arrests voters
  • Wau authorities release 16 war prisoners
  • UN wants 900 abducted civilians released in Western Equatoria

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