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South Sudan signs peace deal with rebel group
Agreement with a SSDM in Jonglei state ends nearly three years of the rebellion that has left hundreds dead.
Last updated: 31 Jan 2014 14:23 GMT
S Sudan frees seven detainees accused of coup
The prisoners, who were part of a group of 11 men accused of plotting a coup, have been handed to neighbouring Kenya.
Last updated: 29 Jan 2014 21:02 GMT
Analysis: Struggle for power in South Sudan
Attempted coup underscores the country's chronic political and economic problems.
Last updated: 21 Dec 2013 13:25 GMT
South Sudan accused of killing tribe members
Global rights watchdog Human Rights Watch has accused South Sudan's army of killing civilians from Murle tribe.
Last updated: 14 Sep 2013 11:35 GMT
Q&A: Celebrating S Sudan's second birthday
Top UN official in South Sudan Hilde Johnson discusses her decades of work in the country.
Last updated: 09 Jul 2013 12:15 GMT
S Sudan two years on: Adjusting expectations
In 2011, the country celebrated its independence, but building a new state will take decades.
Last updated: 08 Jul 2013 20:39 GMT
South Sudan's 2nd birthday
Two years after independence, world's newest nation still struggling with growing pains.
Last updated: 07 Jul 2013 18:18 GMT
Deaths reported in South Sudan cattle raids
Murle tribe in Jonglie state attacks Jikany people in neighbouring Upper Nile state, killing 29, local official says.
Last updated: 19 May 2013 09:36 GMT
UN peacekeepers killed in South Sudan ambush
Foreign ministry says rebel attack on UN convoy in Jonglei region killed five Indian nationals who were escorting it.
Last updated: 10 Apr 2013 10:01 GMT
More than 100 dead in South Sudan cattle raid
Governor of Jonglei state says 103 people, including women and children, killed in latest outbreak of tribal violence.
Last updated: 11 Feb 2013 02:56 GMT
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Australia's indigenous incarceration crisis
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