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  1. War-Torn South Sudan To Resume Oil Production In July

    Oilprice.com via Yahoo! FinanceMay 26 03:02 PM

    South Sudan intents to resume oil production by July after a two your disruption caused by an ongoing civil war for control of the country’s oil wealth

  2. South Sudan: Army major arrested allegedly smuggling ivory

    Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsMay 27 05:04 AM

    JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — South Sudan authorities arrested an army major and a Chinese oil worker for allegedly trafficking elephant ivory and endangered pangolin meat through the country's Paloich oil fields.

  3. South Sudan authorities arrested an army major and a Chinese oil worker for allegedly trafficking elephant ivory and endangered pangolin meat through the country's Paloich oil fields.

  4. Sudan on Wednesday accused a senior United Nations humanitarian affairs official it effectively expelled of having filed "false reports" about people displaced by conflict in the east African country. The UN announced on Sunday that Ivo Freijsen, head of the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) in Sudan, had been "de facto expelled" after Khartoum refused to renew his stay...

  5. Oil output in South Sudan declined to as little as 120,000 barrels per day because of damage caused by a 2 1/2-year civil war to production facilities, Petroleum Minister Dak Duop Bischok said.

  6. Harambee Stars friendly v Sudan postponed

    Goal.com via Yahoo! SportsMay 26 01:29 AM

    The move follows Sudan’s inability to make it to Nairobi in time for the kick-off that was scheduled for Friday at 5pm

  7. Rights group: South Sudan army violated civilians in Wau

    Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsMay 24 09:40 AM

    JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — South Sudanese government soldiers killed, raped, tortured, and detained dozens of civilians in and around Wau town in the country's western Bahr el Ghazal state in recent months, Human Rights Watch said in a report released Tuesday.

  8. UN says Sudan 'expels' senior humanitarian official

    AFP via Yahoo! NewsMay 22 11:04 AM

    Sudan has "de facto expelled" a senior United Nations humanitarian affairs official after refusing to renew his "stay permit" for another year, a UN statement said on Sunday. The foreign ministry informed the UN in Sudan that the annual permit for Ivo Freijsen, who heads theSudan office of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), will not be renewed when it expires on ...

  9. By Katy Migiro NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The United Nations' most senior humanitarian official in South Sudan denounced on Wednesday the killing of a Slovakian nun who was working as a doctor in the country, where violence is hampering efforts to relieve widespread hunger and sickness. Sister Veronika Racková is the 54th aid worker to be killed in South Sudan since violence erupted...

  10. By Katy Migiro NAIROBI (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The United Nations' most senior humanitarian official in South Sudan denounced on Wednesday the killing of a Slovakian nun who was working as a doctor in the country, where violence is hampering efforts to relieve widespread hunger and sickness. Sister Veronika Racková is the 54th aid worker to be killed in South Sudan since violence erupted...

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