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ANALYSIS: Can we call these South Sudan Leaders “Our Fathers”?

The recent breakdown of law and orders in South Sudan’s warring zones is a source of concern and the inability of the...

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Amnesty urges UN to maintain South-Sudan arms embargo

Amnesty International has called on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to maintain the arms embargo after confirming shocking cases of extreme...

Chaotic scenes police disrupt Bobi Wine’s rally teargas, bullets

Teargas and running battles have characterized Ugandan presidential candidate Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine's campaign in Kayunga, in the central region.

South Sudan’s leaders can no longer stand by as climate catastrophe hits

In recent months, South Sudan has experienced its most devastating floods in 60 years. As the country contends with a host of other emergencies –...

South Sudan: For the people of Juba, an AfDB supported water project brings better health – and peace

Farida, her school bag on her back and her face betraying a hint of a smile, sings softly on her way to...

Nike, Coca-Cola, Apple among Companies Lobbying against Uyghur Forced Labor Bill

Multinational corporations including Nike and Coca-Cola are lobbying to water down legislation that would ban products made with forced labor in China’s...
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