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Carl Odera

Carl Odera

    Security tightened after deadly attack on UN base in South Sudan
    Security tightened after deadly attack on UN base in South Sudan
    South Sudan has sent troops to secure a UN base which was attacked by gunmen on Thursday, who killed at least 48 people.
    South Sudan ceasefire agreement in jeopardy
    South Sudan ceasefire agreement in jeopardy
    The government and rebels have traded accusations of breaking the ceasefire deal intended to calm violence in South Sudan.
    South Sudan rebels agree to talks as fighting rages
    South Sudan rebels agree to talks as fighting rages
    South Sudan's government and rebels have sent delegates to peace talks in Ethiopia but fighting continues as both sides battle for control.
    Uganda's Museveni threatens S Sudan rebel leader with 'defeat'
    Uganda's Museveni threatens S Sudan rebel leader with 'defeat'
    Uganda President Yoweri Museveni says East African nations have agreed to unite if South Sudan rebel leader Riek Machar rejects a ceasefire offer.
    UN deploys more troops to South Sudan as violence increases
    UN deploys more troops to South Sudan as violence increases
    The UN Security Council has approved the deployment of troops to almost double the number of peacekeepers in South Sudan.
    Spectre of civil war looms in South Sudan
    Spectre of civil war looms in South Sudan
    US aircraft have come under fire while trying to evacuate Americans from the conflict in South Sudan.
    African mediators hold talks in South Sudan
    African mediators hold talks in South Sudan
    African mediators said they held productive talks with South Sudan's President Salva Kiir, to prevent an ethnic civil war.
    S Sudan president willing to withdraw forces from Sudan border
    S Sudan president willing to withdraw forces from Sudan border
    President Salva Kiir is willing to remove the army from the border with Sudan, signalling a possible compromise with his Sudanese counterpart.