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2016-07-09 South Sudan clashes 'leave dozens dead' in Juba Juba, Southern Sudan
C. 2015-11-04 S. Sudan plane crash: Dozens killed near Juba airport Juba, Southern Sudan
3. 2015-10-11 South Sudan rebel Oloni 'may take up arms again' Southern Sudan
E. 2015-09-17 South Sudan oil tanker blast 'kills 170' Maridi, Western Equatoria, Southern Sudan
F. 2015-08-01 Thousands risk starvation after government blockades Nile Upper Nile, Southern Sudan
6. 2015-03-01 'Hundreds' of S Sudan boys seized Wau Shilluk, Southern Sudan
H. 2015-02-21 Gunmen seize 89 boys from South Sudan camp Malakal, Southern Sudan
8. 2014-08-26 UN helicopter shot down in South Sudan, official says Bentiu, Southern Sudan
J. 2014-07-02 Millions at risk in South Sudan Southern Sudan

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North-South Sudan framework set
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Sudan 'declares border emergency'
Bashir: Sudan not ready for split
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South Sudan rivals agree peace deal
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Sudan and South Sudan hold talks
South Sudan rivals agree peace deal
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Sudan and South Sudan hold talks
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year 2016 Top ^

2016 Jul.10  
2016 Jul.9    
  Dozens of people have been killed by clashes in South Sudan's capital Juba, military, medical and journalistic sources have said


year 2015 Top ^

2015 Nov.4   S. Sudan plane crash: Dozens killed near Juba airport  A cargo plane Antonov An-12 has crashed on take-off near the international airport in South Sudan's capital Juba, killing at least 36 people 2015 Oct.11   South Sudan rebel Oloni 'may take up arms again'  A major rebel leader in South Sudan has said he may have to take up arms again, despite the signing of a peace agreement six weeks ago 2015 Sep.17   South Sudan oil tanker blast 'kills 170'  The tanker had veered off the road in Maridi, Western Equatoria state, and local residents were siphoning off the fuel when the vehicle exploded 2015 Aug.28   UN warns South Sudan rivals to honour ceasefire  The Security Council has warned the warring sides they face an arms embargo and other sanctions if they do not implement a peace deal 2015 Aug.25   UN to 'act immediately' unless S. Sudan peace deal signed  The UN has said it is ready to 'act immediately' unless South Sudan's President Salva Kiir signs a peace deal with rebels 2015 Aug.1   Thousands risk starvation after government blockades Nile  Thousands of civilians in Upper Nile state face starvation after the government blocked aid groups from using the Nile River to deliver relief food 2015 Mar.1   'Hundreds' of S Sudan boys seized  Hundreds of boys in South Sudan have been kidnapped and forced to become child soldiers, the United Nations children's agency says 2015 Feb.21   Gunmen seize 89 boys from South Sudan camp  Armed men have abducted at least 89 boys in South Sudan, the United Nations children's agency has said 2015 Feb.1   S Sudan foes agree to end conflict  President Salva Kiir and rebel commander Riek Machar have signed a deal, committing to end the conflict that has devastated the country

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2014 Aug.26   UN helicopter shot down in South Sudan, official says  A rebel commander who warned the U.N. not to fly over his territory shot down a U.N. Mi-8 cargo helicopter Tuesday in rural South Sudan 2014 Jul.2   Millions at risk in South Sudan  Some four million people in South Sudan are likely to face critical food shortages next month, British aid agencies have warned 2014 Jun.10   S Sudan rivals 'vow to end fighting'  The government and rebels in South Sudan have agreed to end fighting and form a transitional government within 60 days, Ethiopia says 2014 May.11   S Sudan rebels 'committed' to truce  Rebel leader Riek Machar has told the BBC he is still committed to a peace deal, despite accusing the government of violating a ceasefire 2014 May.10   S Sudan ceasefire comes into effect  A ceasefire to end a five-month conflict that has displaced 1.5 million people in South Sudan has come into effect 2014 May.9     South Sudan rivals agree peace deal
Map of Addis Ababa Ethiopia  South Sudan's President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar have agreed a peace deal after a five-month conflict 2014 May.8   Leaders to hold key S Sudan talks  The first face-to-face meeting between President Salva Kiir and rebel leader Riek Machar since mass violence began in December is due to take place 2014 May.4   S Sudan forces in Bentiu offensive  Government forces in South Sudan have launched an offensive on the strategic oil hub of Bentiu, after it was taken by rebels last month 2014 Apr.21   'Ethnic slaughter' in South Sudan  Hundreds of people were killed because of their ethnic group after South Sudan rebels seized the oil hub of Bentiu last week, the UN has said 2014 Apr.18   58 people were killed and about 100 injured in an attack on a UN base  An angry mob of youths attacked the peacekeeping mission's camp in Bor in Jonglei state. Some 5,000 ethnic Nuers have sought safety in the base 2014 Mar.29   'One million' flee S Sudan conflict  More than one million people have been forced from their homes by the ongoing conflict in South Sudan, the UN says 2014 Feb.1   'Food needed' for 3.7m in S Sudan  The United Nations has said it estimates 3.7 million people are in acute need of food in South Sudan as a result of the civil conflict there 2014 Jan.23     South Sudan, rebels reach ceasefire   The government and rebels signed a cease-fire deal in Ethiopia's capital, Addis Ababa, after more than a month of fighting 2014 Jan.18   Army retakes key South Sudan town  South Sudan's military says it has recaptured the strategic town of Bor from rebel forces. The Ugandan army said it had helped in the operation 2014 Jan.14   Hundreds said killed in ferry accident fleeing South Sudan fighting  Between 200 and 300 women and children who were fleeing fighting drowned when an overloaded ferry overturned on the White Nile River 2014 Jan.8   Thousands flee South Sudan oil city  Thousands of people are fleeing the South Sudanese city of Bentiu amid fears of a government offensive to recapture the oil-rich area from rebels 2014 Jan.5     South Sudan general killed in ambush   A South Sudanese army general has been killed in fighting outside the rebel-held town of Bor. A convoy came under heavy fire in an ambush 2014 Jan.3   Direct talks due on S Sudan truce  Direct talks aimed at ending weeks of violence in South Sudan are due to begin a day after delegations from the warring parties met mediators

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2013 Dec.31     South Sudan peace talks planned as forces clash
Map of Bor Southern Sudan  South Sudan President Salva Kiir and former Vice President Riek Machar have agreed to a cessation of hostilities and to peace talks 2013 Dec.29   Fears for South Sudan children  Thousands of children are likely to have been separated from their families as a result of the latest violence, an aid agency has warned   S Sudan youths 'abandon war march'  Thousands of South Sudanese youths - loyal to rebel leader Riek Machar - have abandoned their march on the strategic town of Bor, officials say 2013 Dec.28   S Sudan rebel youths in war march  Thousands of youths loyal to South Sudanese rebel leader Riek Machar are marching on the strategic town of Bor 2013 Dec.27   South Sudan rebels wary of truce  South Sudan rebel leader Riek Machar has said there must be proper negotiations before the rebels can agree to a truce with the government     South Sudan government agrees in principle to ceasefire
  South Sudan's government says it has agreed 'in principle' to a cease-fire meant to stop fighting that has left more than 1,000 people dead 2013 Dec.26   Africa heads to discuss South Sudan  East Africa's leaders are to meet in Kenya to discuss growing violence in South Sudan, where more than 1,000 people are believed to have died   UN renews South Sudan peace plea  The UN has renewed its call for rival forces in South Sudan to lay down their arms and says it expects the first UN reinforcements to arrive in 48 hours 2013 Dec.24   S Sudan mediation efforts stepped up  International efforts are intensifying to end the bloodshed in South Sudan, where thousands of people are believed to have died in the past 10 days   Thousands dead in South Sudan violence, UN says  Thousands of people must have been killed in the past week of violence in South Sudan, the top UN humanitarian co-ordinator there has told the BBC     S Sudan army 'recaptures key town'   President Salva Kiir says his forces have recaptured the key town of Bor, days after it was seized by rebels in a week-long conflict 2013 Dec.23     'Mass ethnic killings' in South Sudan
  New details are emerging of alleged ethnic killings committed during more than a week of violence in South Sudan
  UN seeks to boost South Sudan force  UN chief Ban Ki-moon has urged the Security Council to add 5,500 UN troops to the 7,000-strong force in South Sudan, amid escalating fighting there     Rebels seize key town in South Sudan Map of Bentiu Southern Sudan  Rebels have seized Bentiu, the capital of a key oil-producing state, as fears grew that the latest violence would spiral into an all-out civil war   S Sudan army readies for new assault  South Sudanese troops are preparing to enter the rebel-held town of Bor, President Salva Kiir has said 2013 Dec.22   'Atmosphere of fear' in S Sudan  A UN official in South Sudan has spoken of an atmosphere of fear and desperation as violence escalates 2013 Dec.21     S Sudan rebels 'control key state' Map of Unity Southern Sudan  Former South Sudan Vice-President Riek Machar has said rebel troops have captured the oil-producing state of Unity and control much of the country   S Sudan evacuation aircraft fired on  Four US service personnel on an evacuation mission have been wounded after their aircraft were shot at in South Sudan, the US military says 2013 Dec.20   South Sudan talks 'productive'  African mediators trying to avert civil war in South Sudan say they have held 'productive' talks with President Salva Kiir. 2013 Dec.19   S Sudan on precipice, Obama warns  US President has warned that South Sudan is on the 'precipice' of a civil war, after clashes in the capital Juba spread around the country   South Sudan attackers storm UN base  The United Nations says it fears casualties after attackers forced their way into a peacekeeping base in South Sudan's Jonglei state 2013 Dec.18   UK to airlift Britons from S Sudan  The UK has sent an aircraft to South Sudan to evacuate Britons amid fighting following a reported coup attempt 2013 Dec.17     South Sudan clashes 'kill 400-500'
  Hundreds of people are believed to have died in clashes between rival South Sudan army factions, the UN says, quoting unconfirmed reports
2013 Oct.20   South Sudan rebels kill 41 in gun attack  A regional official says at least 41 people have been killed and more than 60 others wounded in a rebel attack in a remote part of restive Jonglei state 2013 Jun.8   Sudan orders South Sudan oil pipeline closed  Sudan's official news agency says the country's president has ordered the closure of pipelines exporting South Sudanese oil 2013 Jan.5       Sudan leaders back buffer zone  The leaders of Sudan and South Sudan have reaffirmed their commitment to setting up a buffer zone on their shared border and resuming oil exports

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2012 Sep.26   Two Sudans 'reach oil agreement'  Two Sudans have reached a deal on border security and oil production that will allow oil exports from South Sudan through Sudan to resume 2012 Sep.23       Sudan and South Sudan hold talks   The leaders of Sudan and South Sudan have held direct talks in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa aimed at resolving long-running disputes 2012 Sep.22   UN urges accord at Sudan summit  The head of the UN, Ban Ki-moon, has called for a comprehensive peace deal when the leaders of the two Sudans hold a summit in Ethiopia on Sunday 2012 Aug.3   Sudan and South Sudan in oil deal  Sudan and South Sudan have struck a deal on an oil payments dispute that brought the two countries to the brink of war earlier this year 2012 Jul.14   Presidents of the two Sudans meet  The presidents of Sudan and South Sudan have met for the first time since a border dispute brought their countries close to conflict in April 2012 Jun.7   Violence, hunger plague South Sudan  The world's newest nation is coping with a massive humanitarian crisis wrought by fighting 2012 May.28   Sudan army 'to quit' border area  Sudan will begin pulling its troops out of the disputed border region of Abyei on Tuesday, an army spokesman has said 2012 Apr.29   Sudan 'declares border emergency'  Sudan has reportedly declared a state of emergency along its border with South Sudan after weeks of clashes 2012 Apr.28   South Sudan awaits big China loan  Officials in South Sudan say China has agreed to loan it $8bn for major development projects to build roads, bridges and telecom networks 2012 Apr.27   Sudans conflict leaves 37,000 desperate for water  The spiraling conflict has exacerbated issues for tens of thousands of refugees who are desperate for water and facing the threat of fatal diseases 2012 Apr.23     Sudanese warplanes dropped bombs near border   The warplanes dropped bombs near the South Sudanese town of Bentiu. UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has condemned Sudan's bombardment 2012 Apr.22   Renewed fighting on Sudan border  Fighting has broken out on the border between Sudan and South Sudan, shortly after the South pulled out of a disputed border town 2012 Apr.20   South Sudan to withdraw amid war fear  South Sudan's President Salva Kiir has ordered the withdrawal of his troops from the Heglig oil field across the border in Sudan 2012 Apr.18   Sudan leader vows to 'free' South  Omar al-Bashir has said his main goal is now to 'liberate' the people of South Sudan from its rulers following recent border clashes 2012 Apr.17     Sudans 'locked in logic of war'
Map of Heglig Southern Sudan  Sudan and South Sudan are 'locked in a logic of war', the UN Security Council (UNSC) has been told
 The two countries are fighting over their disputed border. Sudan trying to remove South Sudan forces from its Heglig oil-field
2012 Apr.4   S. Sudan 'shoots down' Sudanese fighter jet  South Sudan accused rival Sudan of war mongering and said it had shot down a fighter jet sent to bomb the oil-rich Pan Akuac region 2012 Feb.10   Sudan and South Sudan sign peace pact  Sudan and South Sudan have signed a non-aggression pact, the chief mediator at crisis talks between the two says 2012 Feb.4   Dozens killed at S. Sudan peace meeting  At least 37 people were killed during a shootout at a meeting to resolve cattle disputes, the latest in a spate of violence in the world's newest nation 2012 Jan.27   South Sudan 'nears oil shutdown'  South Sudan says it will complete the shutdown of its oil production on Saturday, after attempts to resolve a dispute with Sudan failed 2012 Jan.1   'More troops' to South Sudan town  South Sudan's government says it is sending more troops and police to the town of Pibor, to deal with an outbreak of ethnic violence     Fighters attack town despite peacekeepers   Thousands of fighters attacked a remote town in South Sudan despite the presence of United Nations peacekeepers in the area
 South Sudan's government says it is sending more troops and police to the town


year 2011 Top ^

2011 Dec.30   South Sudan town to get U.N. protection  The remote town of Pibor in South Sudan faces an imminent attack by thousands of fighters engaged in ethnic clashes in the war-torn region 2011 Nov.12   Aid workers moved to safety amid violence  Oxfam will relocate workers and scale back operations in Upper Nile state following a surge of violence along the border with Sudan 2011 Sep.8   Sudanese deal reached over Abyei  Sudan and newly independent South Sudan have agreed to withdraw their troops from the disputed town of Abyei by the end of the mont 2011 Aug.23   South Sudan clashes kill 600  The U.N. on Monday called for reconciliation in the newly-established Republic of South Sudan 2011 Jul.14   South Sudan becomes U.N. member  South Sudan officially became the 193rd member of the United Nations, capping a flurry of activities that started with its independence 2011 Jul.9   World leaders welcome new nation  Leaders across the globe have been sending their congratulations to South Sudan on the day it became the world's newest nation     South Sudan raises national flag
Map of Juba Southern Sudan
  Tens of thousands of South Sudanese have watched the raising of the new country's flag at an independence ceremony in the capital
 Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon are among dignitaries attending celebrations in the capital
2011 Jul.8     South Sudan to become newest nation   It's the climax of a process made possible by the 2005 peace deal that ended a long and bloody civil war 2011 Jun.20   Sudan, Southern Sudan reach Abyei deal  Representatives of two sides have signed an agreement calling for the immediate withdrawal of Sudanese troops from the disputed region 2011 Jun.14   Obama calls for Sudan ceasefire  US President Barack Obama has called for a ceasefire in Sudan, following an upsurge in fighting in the South Kordofan region     'Huge suffering' from Sudan bombs   The UN has accused the Sudanese government of carrying out an 'intensive bombing campaign' near the north-south border 2011 Jun.10   Khartoum of bombing Unity State  Sudan's military has bombed a village in an oil-rich southern region as tensions increase ahead of the south's independence next month 2011 May.22   UN urges North Sudan out of Abyei  The Council envoys have urged Nk. Sudan to 'withdraw immediately' its troops from the Abyei region on the border with S. Sudan 2011 May.21     Northern Sudan takes border town   The Northern Sudanese Army says it has taken control of Abyei, a contested area on the border with southern Sudan 2011 Apr.24   57 dead in Southern Sudan violence  'Militiamen,' including high-ranking officers loyal to militia leader, were killed when Tang's forces attacked the Sudan People's Liberation Army 2011 Feb.13   105 dead in Southern Sudan clashes  Scores of others injured in clashes between the Southern Sudan government and forces loyal to a militia leader 2011 Feb.7     Southern Sudan votes to split from north  Final results of last month's referendum show an overwhelming majority of southern Sudanese voted to split from the north 2011 Jan.30     99% vote to split in Southern Sudan
  98.83% of Southern Sudanese voted to split from the north, organizers reported, marking the first complete preliminary results
 The referendum on whether to declare independence from the government in the north is part of a peace agreement. The war was between a government dominated by Arab Muslims against black Christians or animists in the south. Several million voters cast ballots, including expatriates in other countries. A majority of oil reserves are in the south.
2011 Jan.16   South Sudan urges war forgiveness  Salva Kiir has urged his people to forgive the north for killings during a civil war that lasted more than 20 years 2011 Jan.15   Sudanese diaspora vote for secession  The first official count of Sudan's referendum has been announced, with the country's diaspora in Europe overwhelmingly voting for secession   Vote on whether to split Sudan ends  Polling stations across Southern Sudan began counting ballots cast in a weeklong referendum whose result could split the country into two 2011 Jan.9     Southern Sudanese voters head to polls  Tens of thousands of people across Southern Sudan went to the polls in a historic referendum that they say is a vote for freedom 2011 Jan.8   Kiir in Sudan pre-vote peace call  Southern Sudanese leader Salva Kiir says there is no alternative to peaceful co-existence with the north, on the eve of an independence vote 2011 Jan.7   Bashir: Sudan not ready for split  Sudan President Omar al-Bashir has warned that Southern Sudan will face instability if it votes to secede from the north 2011 Jan.4   South Sudan greets Bashir words  South Sudan's information minister has welcomed reassurances by the president that he will respect Sunday's referendum on southern independence 2011 Jan.3   Eyes out for potential vote spoilers  International observers will be watching out for 'potential spoilers' as southern Sudan votes on whether to break away from the rest of the nation

year 2010 Top ^

2010 Dec.28   Ballots delivered for Sudan vote  More than 4 million such ballots, each carries two pictures: One hand signifies independence; two hands, a unified Sudan 2010 Dec.23   Preparations under way for Sudan vote  A plane carrying thousands of ballots has landed in Southern Sudan ahead of a pivotal referendum there next month 2010 Dec.20   President warns of tighter Islamic law  Omar al-Bashir has warned that he will tighten the application of sharia, in northern Sudan if southern Sudan votes for independence next month 2010 Nov.14   North-South Sudan framework set  The AU says North and South have agreed on a framework to resolve most outstanding issues ahead of a vote on southern independence 2010 Oct.7   U.N. delegation underscores Sudan vote  Members of the council in their visit to southern Sudan, supporting for the referendum vote that could lead to the region's independence 2010 Apr.25   Clash 'kills 55'  A Darfuri tribe says 55 of its members have been killed in a clash with soldiers from Southern Sudan's army

year 2009 Top ^

2009 Sep.21   Scores die in south Sudan attack  Militiamen from the Lou Nuer ethnic group have killed more than 100 people in an attack in the latest in a series of ethnic clashes 2009 Aug.3   Scores dead in South Sudan clash  At least 185 people, mostly women and children, have been killed in ethnic violence. Members of the Lou Nuer community attacked by ethnic Murle

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2008 Dec.14   3 armies 'attack Uganda rebels'  Uganda, DR Congo and the government of South Sudan launched a joint offensive against Ugandan rebels based in eastern DR Congo 2008 May.2   Air crash kills Sudanese minister  South Sudan's defence minister Dominic Dim Deng has been killed along with at least 21 other people in a plane crash in the south

year 2007 Top ^

2007 Jan.2   U.N. rape charges in Sudan  The peacekeepers in southern Sudan face several allegations of raping and sexually abusing children, as young as 12

year 2002 Top ^

2002 Aug.4   Rebels release two abducted aid workers  Militia group has freed a German and a Kenyan aid worker abducted in an attack on a health center in south Sudan

year 2000 Top ^

2000 Nov.21   U.S. officials barred from Sudan  As a protest against a visit to rebel-held areas in southern Sudan 2000 Nov.20   U.S. official met former slaves  15,000 southern Sudanese -- mostly women and children -- have been ubducted