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South Sudan in Focus - March 18, 2019

Wau State authorities accuse pastoralists from Tonj State of killing at least nine people; South Sudan’s Independent Boundaries Commission holds its first meeting in Juba; and a Sudan activist inspires many for continuing to march despite losing his right hand in the protests.

South Sudan in Focus - March 15, 2019

President Salva Kiir travels to Rome to meet with Pope Francis; students in Juba are blocked from staging a demonstration to protest increased tuition fees; and a non-profit organization in Canada offers a trauma healing program for survivors of South Sudan's civil war.

South Sudan in Focus - March 14, 2019

A co-author of a new crisis group report calls the South Sudan peace deal an unfinished product that may require revisions; South Sudan’s defense minister releases an action plan to end sexual violence; and Ethiopia Airlines continues to fly into and out of South Sudan's capital, Juba.

South Sudan in Focus - March 13, 2019

Hotel managers demand the South Sudan government pay millions of dollars in unpaid bills; Joint Defense Board officials plan to form a special force to provide security for top government officials; and the Deputy Chairman of the SPLM-IO outlines the challenges in implementing the revitalized peace deal.

South Sudan in Focus - March 12, 2019

The U.N. calls for the African Union to establish a court in South Sudan to prosecute perpetrators of war crimes; officials say pastoralists from neighboring Tonj State have displaced thousands of Wau county residents from their homes; and the head of a humanitarian organization travels to South Sudan to assess relief operations in the country.

South Sudan in Focus - March 11, 2019

The black box flight recorder is recovered from the wreckage of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 that crashed shortly after takeoff; members of the South Sudan Civil Society Forum are suspended for violating the group’s resolutions; and nighttime gunfire causes panic among residents in Yei Town.

South Sudan in Focus - March 08, 2019

A local civic engagement center promotes peace among residents in Wau; a U.S.-born South Sudanese athlete sets an American record in track and field; and women in South Sudan mark ‘International Women’s Day’ with a demand for gender equality across the country.

South Sudan in Focus - March 07, 2019

Delays in training a unified army sets back the formation of a Transitional Government of National Unity; displaced families accuse government troops of looting and burning down their villages in Yei River State; and South Sudanese women leaders call on the government to end sexual and gender-based violence across the country.

South Sudan in Focus - March 06, 2019

The National Salvation Front expresses doubts about meeting with IGAD’s special envoy to South Sudan to discuss the revitalized peace deal; young South Sudanese women are encouraged to pursue male-dominated professions; and a U.S.-based non-profit organization says more displaced families are returning home to Yei Town.

South Sudan In Focus - March 05, 2019

President Salva Kiir apologizes to the residents of Wau town; South Sudanese oil workers threaten to walk off the job and an American group called "water is basic" rehabilitates around 1000 water points across south Sudan

South Sudan in Focus - March 04, 2019

Victims of the 2016 Terrain Hotel attack say they have been denied justice by the South Sudan government; Ethiopian and Eritrean leaders meet with President Salva Kiir in South Sudan to discuss implementing the peace agreement; and South Sudan’s telecom call rates increase by 40 percent.

South Sudan in Focus - March 01, 2019

Amnesty International calls on authorities to enact a moratorium on executions and take steps to abolish the death penalty in South Sudan; the president of Sudan appoints a new leader of the ruling National Congress Party; and South Sudanese living with HIV continue to face discrimination and challenges in accessing health care.

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