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South Sudan's President Salva Kiir on Saturday night issued a decree creating eight new states in addition to the existing 28 states which were created in October 2015. In presidential decree read out on state-run SSBC, Kiir created Central Upper Nile state, Northern Upper Nile state,...

East African leaders at a summit meeting in Addis Ababa on Friday condemned in the strongest terms the reported systematic targeting, killings and forced displacement of civilians and destruction of property by armed men in South Sudan. The IGAD summit was chaired by Ethiopian Prime Minister...

Please note that our office will be closed from Thursday 22nd December and will reopen again on Monday 16th January 2017. On behalf of DOHA, we wish you a safe and Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year in 2017! ...

On Australia Day, in late January, the nation will celebrate the achievements of the selfless, the brave and the inspired. The nominees for the coveted Australian of the Year award include a scientist treating spinal cord injuries, a retired rugby league player and a billionaire mining...

South Sudan President Salva Kiir denied allegations by the United Nations that ethnic cleansing in the country's conflict is so bad that the stage is set for genocide. A UN commission on human rights in South Sudan said a steady process of ethnic cleansing was under...

A United Nations official investigating human rights violations in South Sudan says that aid groups working in remote parts of the country face potential quandaries when they may need to choose between staying silent on rights abuses or losing their access permissions by speaking out. Yasmin...

Cholera outbreaks have been confirmed in 9 states across South Sudan, according to the country’s ministry of health, the treatment of which has been hampered by continuing fighting in some areas of the country. There have been over 3,100 cases of Cholera in 2016, the ministry...