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Refugees accuse hosts of ‘taking back land’ before harvests

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Saturday, February 20, 2021

Some South Sudanese refugees in Bidi-Bidi settlement camp have accused the host communities of taking back their land before harvest time....

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Wednesday, February 17, 2021

UN condemns attack on vehicle carrying polio vaccines in Lakes

Author: Daniel Danis | Published: Wednesday, February 17, 2021

More than 3,000 Kworjik IDPs return “home”

Published: Wednesday, February 17, 2021

More than 3,000 Kworjik IDPs return “home”

Published: Friday, February 5, 2021

Another aid worker loses life while working

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Liver disease patient needs transplant

A 24-year-old man suffering from liver disease is appealing to well-wishers to help him get a liver transplant. (more…)

Desist from violence, use police, refugees and host communities in Uganda told

The Ugandan police has cautioned refugees and their nationals against taking the laws into their hands by engaging in violence to settle...

Civilians displaced from Maganis lack food, water, shelter -MP

A member of parliament says several families displaced by fighting between cattle keepers and farmers in the El Maganis area are in urgent...

Gov’t told to ‘step up, ensure unhindered humanitarian access’

The United State Senate Foreign Relations Committee has called on the government of South Sudan to immediately ensure unhindered...

Fire destroys Abyei community radio

The manager of a radio station in Abyei says an electrical fault has destroyed the studio on Christmas Eve while the station was on the...

UN to cut food rations for refugees in Uganda

Over one million South Sudanese refugees in Uganda are bracing for food shortages as the United Nations World Food Program announces a 40...

Diplomats ‘deeply concerned’ with the worsening food security situation

The Heads of diplomatic missions in South Sudan have expressed deep concerns over the deteriorating food security situation in the...

Gov,t UN warn of ‘catastrophic’ food shortages

The government and three UN agencies say parts of South Sudan are facing “catastrophic” food shortages fueled by conflict....

Bor residents appeal for dyke construction materials

Communities in Bor town in Jonglei state are appealing to the national government and partners to construct for them a permanent dyke to...

IDPs flee Cuebet violence

An area member of parliament says hundreds of displaced persons have fled Cueibet in Lakes State following inter-communal clashes two ...

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