Latest Juba News

Anzac Reflection During Deployment
Police Appeal To Locate Brothers Missing From St Clair
UN report highlights risk of more and gross human rights violations if South Sudan’s conflict drivers remain unaddressed
Human Rights must guide the completion of South Sudan’s transition – UN experts
East Africa’s floods decimate almost entire rainy season harvest leaving over four million people with no food or income
Spinaron, Rugby in Ball Pit
Fighting a rare “Super El Niño” in Somalia
FAO and UK launch anticipatory action to reduce El Niño’s impact on at-risk communities in Somalia
Heads of the Rome-based UN food and agriculture agencies call for greater investments in South Sudan to avoid a catastrophic food crisis
Security Council: Sudan
Australia supports Vietnam in peacekeeping mission to South Sudan
FAO calls for anticipatory action to safeguard lives and livelihoods in Somalia ahead of El Niño
Call for Applications: Great Ideas Space for South Sudan 2023: Entrepreneurship and Innovation Training for Food Security
Resolution 1591 (2005) Undermining Sudan’s Sovereignty, Ability to Protect Civilians, Representative Tells Security Council
Security Council Extends Mandate of Assistance Mission in Sudan, Unanimously Adopting Resolution 2685 (2023)
Security Council Press Statement on Sudan
Security Council: UNISFA
As Desperate Sudanese Flee Their Embattled Nation, Security Council Urges Warring Parties to Respect Ceasefire, Reboot Negotiations, Immediately End Fighting
Security Council Sanctions Committee concerning South Sudan Discusses Final Report of Panel of Experts
Change of command for Sudan contingent
Despite Improved Political Situation in Sudan, Greater Support Needed to Help Country with Its Domestic Challenges, Mission Head Tells Security Council
Bringing Peace to Darfur Sole Purpose of 1591 Committee concerning Sudan, Chair Tells Security Council
Un experts tell Human Rights Council that violence against civilians persists in South Sudan, fuelled by pervasive impunity
High Commissioner reiterates Sudanese people’s call for ‘change, peace, democracy and justice’
South Sudan’s leaders must end attacks on civilians and prioritise peaceful and just transition, say UN experts
UN Commissioners on Human Rights return to South Sudan
South Sudan: human toll of conflict and violence strains healthcare system
Sudan Not Meeting Cooperation Requirements with International Criminal Court, Prosecutor Tells Security Council, Urging Khartoum to Act Now
UN Expert: More Anti-Trafficking Measures Needed in South Sudan
UN human rights expert to assess trafficking in persons: South Sudan
People eating leaves to survive in South Sudan as aid fails to keep pace with spiralling hunger crisis
UN experts call on South Sudan to investigate top government officials for their role in sexual violence
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Türk concludes his official visit to Sudan
Hunger and malnutrition being driven by climate crisis and conflict in South Sudan
Australia and Vietnam: Strengthening Peacekeeping Cooperation
Hundreds of killings among grave violations and abuses committed against civilians in Tambura County
Young South Sudanese women inspired to bring prosperity to country
UN Human Rights Experts warn of increased political violence and polarisation in South Sudan,
UN Human Rights Experts to visit South Sudan
Parts of Somalia hit by driest season in 40 years as climate-fueled drought worsens
Treasures of Elam, civilisation gone but not forgotten
Statement by UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on coup d’état in Sudan
Threats against civil society leaders violate human rights, undermine transition to peace
Committed to education: South Sudan alum Khamis Bol passes on everything he knows to youth
Stories of resilience and hope during Refugee Week
Helping autonomous vehicles, robots make better plans
Australia builds next generation construction technology