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Diplomacy & Peace

UN fires Central Africa legal advisor

UN dismisses CAR legal advisorThe UN mission in Central African Republic (CAR) fired one of its lawyers after he accused Rwandan peacekeepers of massacring 30 civilians in Bangui last month and said they could be investigated.

Some South Sudan sanctions extended

South Sudan some sanctions extendedThe UN Security Council voted to renew some sanctions on South Sudan through mid-July and consider imposing travel bans and asset freezes on six South Sudanese leaders if the country’s conflict does not stop by June 30.

Anti-terror law talks underway in Ethiopia

Anti-terror law talks in EthiopiaEthiopia’s ruling coalition started talks with opposition groups on amending provisions of an anti-terrorism law critics say has criminalised dissent, state-affiliated media said.

South Sudan ceasefire breached - claims

South Sudan ceasefire violatedSouth Sudan’s army massacred civilians, burned children alive and gang-raped women after a supposed ceasefire with rebels in December, according to reports by monitors appointed by the country’s East African neighbours on a five-year-old civil war.

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