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Food aid soon will run out for nearly a million South Sudanese sheltering in Uganda in what has become the world’s fastest-growing refugee crisis, the United Nations refugee chief said Friday.
“Disturbing shortfalls are emerging in critical areas such as … » Read more
Famine has eased in the Leer and Mayendit counties of South Sudan’s Unity state, but Oxfam America warns that 45,000 people in the two counties and parts of former Jonglei state are still facing famine-like conditions, while 6 million people … » Read more
The U.N.’s peacekeeping chief said Wednesday that a unilateral cease-fire declared by the government of South Sudan had not materialized, and that the country remained unstable.
“Hostilities have persisted well after the cease-fire commitment made by President Salva Kiir and … » Read more
Germany will withdraw 280 troops, as well as surveillance planes and refueling jets, from the Incirlik air base in Turkey following a decision by the German parliament on Wednesday. The troops will be relocated to a base in Jordan.
The … » Read more
President Omar al-Bashir of Sudan has arrived in the western Saudi city Jeddah and was received upon arrival at King Abdul Aziz International Airport here by the deputy Emir of Mecca area, HRH Abdalla Bin Bandar Bin Abdul Aziz.
The … » Read more
The nearly 1 million South Sudanese refugees in Uganda face shortages of food, water and medical care, but they have also brought with them the trauma of the war they fled. Aid agencies are struggling to meet the need for … » Read more