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South Sudan

Britain monitoring South Sudan peace violations

Britain is monitoring a ceasefire agreed last month between South Sudan’s warring parties and working with regional partners to identify individuals guilty of violations and take action.

Former South Sudan army chief of staff declared a rebel

The South Sudanese government declared former army chief of staff General Paul Malong a rebel and accused him of being behind a series of attacks last week.

South Sudan truce violation sees clashes near Juba

Clashes broke out near South Sudan’s capital Juba between government troops and rebels, officials said, the latest violation of a ceasefire signed last month.

South Sudanese military raids home of exiled former army chief

South Sudanese troops raided the home of the exiled former army commander, relatives said on Friday, after his rival was named to command troops in his home region to counter any threats he might pose to the government.

U.S, Britain warn South Sudan parties over ceasefire violations

The United States, Britain and Norway have called on parties in the South Sudan conflict and their field commanders to stop violating the ceasefire signed last month, their head of missions in Juba said on Tuesday.

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