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South Sudan

Ebola inoculations for South Sudanese healthcare workers

Some 2,000 healthcare and frontline workers in South Sudan are to be offered Ebola vaccines to stop importation of the viral disease from DR Congo, the World Health Organisation said.

Executions rising in South Sudan – Amnesty International

Amnesty International accused South Sudan of stepping up use of the death penalty with seven executions this year including one who was a child when convicted of murder and said 342 people were on death row.

Urgency needed to implement S Sudan Revitalized Peace Agreement

Deputy President David Mabuza has urged signatories of the Revitalized Peace Agreement on South Sudan to fulfil the objectives of the agreement.

Mabuza to participate in South Sudan peace talks

As part of the peace efforts in South Sudan, Deputy President David Mabuza will undertake a regional consultative working visit to three member states of the Inter Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD).

Uganda helped South Sudan breach EU arms embargo – claim

Uganda helped funnel European arms and ammunition to South Sudan at the height of its civil war, circumventing a European Union arms embargo on the East African country, a weapons monitoring group said.
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