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Sudan & South Sudan news, comment, analysis & reports. Sudan Tribune is a non-profit website promoting plural news and views about Sudan, South Sudan and the rest of East Africa.
Speaking at a donor conference in Oslo, Norway's foreign minister discusses the need for humanitarian assistance in South Sudan, which is facing a famine following five-months of conflict, which has displaced 1.3 million people and killed thousands.
The United Nations Humanitarian Affairs Coordinator Valerie Amos says says it could be difficult to raise the additional resources required, given the massive humanitarian crises in Syria and the Central African Republic (CAR). South Sudan is facing a famine after five months of conflict have...
The speech by South Sudan's president was delivered at the Dr. John Garang Mausoleum in Juba on May 16, 2014.
The director of the UN's Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs John Ging (R) speaks to the press about the humanitarian situation in South Sudan, with the country coordinator Toby Lanzer (L) in Juba on March 21, 2014 (ST)
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Dau Akooi Jurkuch, the Commissioner of Twic East county in South Sudan's troubled Jonglei state describes a cattle raid and ambush that killed four people on Tuesday 18 March 2014.
Photo: Twic East County Commissioner Dau Akooi Jurkuch (L) is congratulated by one of the traditional chiefs (R)...
South Sudanese MP, Henry Omai Akolawin, who represents Upper Nile for the ruling SPLM in the national parliament, tells Sudan Tribune in Juba on 13 March 13 about the destruction of Malakal after weeks of fighting between rebels and the government forces (SPLA).
Ahead of the launch of his book at Chatham House in London, Sudan Tribune's Tom Law speaks to James Copnall the former BBC Correspondent for Sudan and South Sudan. #Sudan #SouthSudan #JamesCopnall
South Sudan foreign affairs minister, Barnaba Marial Benjamin, said Monday that his government image has improved globally following recent his profile trips aboard despite the ongoing conflict.
Photo: Internally displaced persons from the conflict in South Sudan who are living makeshift structures and under trees in Melijo 19 km South of Nimule on Friday 14 February 2014. (ST)
British historian Douglas H. Johnson talks to Sudan Tribune about the conflict in South Sudan after listening to Juba's foreign minister, Barnaba Marial Benjamin's address to the international press at Chatham House in London.
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