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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...

After nearly two years of following the money underwriting South Sudan’s war economy, this report represents the first public release of the findings of The Sentry’s investigation into the links between public corruption and armed conflict. Click here to read more...

Hundreds of Syrian refugees have left Turkey for the Syrian town of Jarablus, according to Turkish officials, in the first wave of civilian resettlement since the launch of an Ankara-backed incursion into northern Syria two weeks ago. More than 250 Syrians, including women and children, arrived...

September 7, 2016 (JUBA) – South Sudanese former minister for peace and ex-Secretary General of the ruling party, the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM), has called on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to prepare for Plan B as President Salva Kiir’s government appears to...