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U.N. says Japanese troops start withdrawing from South Sudan mission

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Japan on Monday started withdrawing its troops from a U.N. mission in war battered South Sudan, according to an official, a move coinciding with escalating violence in a conflict where killings have been described as genocide.

U.N. says Japanese troops start withdrawing from South Sudan mission

By Reuters | 4 years ago

South Sudan drops plan for Sh1 million work permit fee for aid staff

South Sudan drops plan for Sh1 million work permit fee for aid staff

South Sudan has suspended plans to charge foreign workers a Sh1 million work permit fee, the finance minister said, after criticism that it would create a huge expense for aid organisations.

Reuters | 4 years ago

Dashed hopes as Kenyans’ rush for South Sudan bounty backfires

She has oil. That has been enough selling point for South Sudan, the world’s youngest nation. Then came independence and Kenyans saw a window of opportunities.

Patrick Alushula | 4 years ago

South Sudan government to blame for famine, still buying arms - U.N. report

South Sudan's government is mainly to blame for famine in parts of the war-torn country, yet President Salva Kiir is still boosting his forces using millions of dollars from oil sales, according to a confidential United Nations report.

Reuters | 4 years ago

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