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*Business Wire India*Vasonomics, a leading VAS services player in Africa, has announced that it has made a strategic Investment in Creatiosoft, iGaming solutions provider based in India catering to..
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Global hunger rises for first time in decade

Global hunger levels have risen for the first time in more than a decade, now affecting 11 percent of the worlds population, as conflict, climate change and economic woes bite, U.N. agencies said on..
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News video: 'I wanted to kill as many enemies as possible. And a bike' - ex-child soldier

'I wanted to kill as many enemies as possible. And a bike' - ex-child soldier 24:03

What is it like, when war robs you of your childhood?If you have no one to care for you, the gun is your only defender in heat of civil war -- and you are just seven years old? We look at the tragic..
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News video: US backed our independence, now they expect our oil - South Sudan's FM

US backed our independence, now they expect our oil - South Sudan's FM 01:27

Watch the full Worlds Apart: http://youtu.be/CwXWeVkgYEY South Sudan, the world's youngest nation, is gripped by a bloody civil war, and while the government ...
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News video: UN Releases Dire Report On Rising World Hunger Despite Ample Food Supplies

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According to a new report from the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, world hunger spiked last year, worsened by global conflicts, climate change, and political crises. Following..
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News video: South Sudan: The forgotten war in the heart of Africa

South Sudan: The forgotten war in the heart of Africa 02:15

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News video: The State Department and USAID split over the cause of a health crisis in Sudan

The State Department and USAID split over the cause of a health crisis in Sudan 01:30

It's rate to have two U.S. agencies that report to the same person disagree. But this a matter of international politics.
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Malaria infections are on the rise in South Sudan, with more than 1.3 million people infected in 2017, and thousands others sick with measles and cholera

GENEVA, 10 September 2017 : South Sudan's disease burden is rising rapidly in the midst of a protracted conflict that is causing widespread displacement and a major food crisis.

Red Cross says staff member killed in South Sudan ambush

JUBA (Reuters) - The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said on Saturday one of its drivers was shot dead when a convoy of their vehicles was ambushed in South Sudan's Western Equatoria..
Reuters India

Competing efforts to end South Sudan's war prolong conflict - U.N. panel

NAIROBI (Reuters) - Competing efforts to end South Sudan's civil war allow the government to exploit divisions among international brokers and are unlikely to halt the fighting, a confidential U.N...
Reuters India

South Sudan judges end strike to return to huge legal backlog

JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudanese judges ended a five-month strike without a pay deal on Thursday, saying they had to clear a massive backlog of cases.
Reuters India

U.S. imposes sanctions on South Sudan officials

Washington D.C. [U.S.A.], September 7 : The United States has imposed sanctions on three close associates of South Sudan's President Salva Kiir Mayardit, saying they had personally profited themselves..
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U.S. reviewing policy toward South Sudan - USAID chief

WAU, South Sudan (Reuters) - After four years of civil war marked by brutal attacks on civilians, the United States is reviewing its support for South Sudan, USAID administrator Mark Green told the..
Reuters India

US freelancer Christopher Allen killed while reporting in South Sudan

NEW YORK, 31 August 2017 / PRN Africa / -- The Committee to Protect Journalists is deeply troubled by reports that a South Sudanese army spokesman today denied that U.S. freelance reporter and..

War-ravaged South Sudan passes budget, but funding will be "difficult"

NAIROBI (Reuters) - South Sudan's parliament has passed its 2017/2018 budget but, after four years of war, acknowledged it does not know where much of the funding will come from.
Reuters India

U.N. moves to protect South Sudan civilians after years of criticism

KAMPALA (Reuters) - United Nations peacekeepers in South Sudan are moving more aggressively to protect civilians caught in the country's four-year civil war, after years of criticism for failures that..
Reuters India

Uganda's 'open door' policy tested amid crush of desperate South Sudanese refugees

NEW YORK, 27 August 2017 / PRN Africa / -- South Sudan, Africa's newest nation, has known no respite since fighting broke out last July, following the collapse of a peace deal between Government and..

U.S. journalist among 19 killed in South Sudan fighting: rebels

NAIROBI (Reuters) - A United States citizen working in South Sudan as a freelance journalist was among 19 people killed on Saturday during fighting between government troops and rebels in Yei River..
Reuters India

South Sudan's leaders bear 'direct responsibility' for conflict, UN Security Council told

NEW YORK, 26 August 2017 : A senior United Nations peacekeeping official today called on the leaders of South Sudan to show genuine political will to achieve sustainable peace in the strife-riven..

FEATURE-Church offers age-old sanctuary to South Sudan's dispossessed

By Stefanie Glinski WAU, South Sudan, Aug 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - B elow a painted scene of African mud huts and a crucified Christ, eight-year-old Juma lies on a blue metal bed, recovering..

U.S. may sanction four countries for refusing deportees - DHS

The current 12 countries deemed recalcitrant are China, Cuba, Vietnam, Laos, Iran, Cambodia, Myanmar, Morocco, Hong Kong, South Sudan, Guinea and Eritrea.

South Sudan grounds U.N. planes in airport row

NAIROBI (Reuters) - South Sudan has grounded planes belonging to United Nations peacekeepers in a dispute over control of the airport in the capital Juba, a government spokesman said on Monday.
Reuters India Also reported by •DNA

More than one million South Sudan refugees in Uganda: UN

The number of South Sudanese who have fled to Uganda has hit one million, the UN said Thursday, with no end in sight to the war behind the world`s fastest-growing refugee crisis.
Zee News Also reported by •DNA

Fighting famine: 'Unprecedented crisis' putting 20 million people at risk, warns UN agency

NEW YORK, 14 August 2017 / PRN Africa / -- Twenty million people risk dying of hunger in South Sudan, Somalia, Yemen and the north-east of Nigeria, including 1.4 million children suffering from severe..

South Sudan rebels say have retaken town near border with Ethiopia

South Sudan's rebels on Saturday said they had wrested control of Pagak, their stronghold town near the country's border with Ethiopia, from government forces, a day after launching an offensive to..

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