2 South Sudanese Dissidents Detained in Nairobi, May Face Deportation - Voice of America

Kenyan police have detained two critics of South Sudan's government, according to their attorney and rights groups who say the two are at risk of being deported. South Sudanese lawyer Dong Samuel is a human rights advocate and member of the Human ...

South Sudanese activist facing deportation from Kenya - HRW - News24

Nairobi - A South Sudanese activist is being held in Kenya and is facing deportation to his home country where he has received death threats and could be arrested, Human Rights Watch said on Wednesday. Prominent lawyer Dong Samuel Luak, who fled to ...

SPLM-N calls on Security Council to back new humanitarian and political process in Sudan - ReliefWeb

January 25, 2017 (KHARTOUM) - The Secretary General of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement - North (SPLM-N) Tuesday has called for a new political process and requested the UN Security Council to adopt a resolution committing the Sudanese ...

Two South Sudanese dissidents detained in Kenya - activists - Thomson Reuters Foundation

NAIROBI, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Two South Sudanese dissidents have been detained in Kenya and could face deportation back to South Sudan, where another opposition figure deported last year has been held without charge, activists said on Wednesday.

Kenya: Activist Facing Forced Return to South Sudan - Human Rights Watch

(Nairobi) – A prominent South Sudanese lawyer and human rights advocate is at risk of unlawful deportation from Kenya to South Sudan, where he could face persecution, Human Rights Watch said today. Kenyan authorities detained the lawyer, Dong ...

South Sudan Ambassador Dismisses Rift with Ethiopia - Voice of America

South Sudan's ambassador to Ethiopia is dismissing reports that relations are strained between the two countries after President Salva Kiir visited Egypt and met with President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi in Cairo earlier this month. South Sudan's Ambassador ...

UN steps up calls for help to stem South Sudan violence - Daily Nation

A displaced woman carries goods as peacekeepers from the United Nations (UN) Mission in South Sudan patrol outside the premises of the UN Protection of Civilians site in Juba on October 4, 2016. PHOTO | ALBERT GONZALEZ FARRAN | AFP ...

Wanted: A New Chapter in US-Sudan Relations - The National Interest Online

U.S.-Sudan relations have ranged from outright hostility to limited diplomatic engagement since Sudanese president Omar Hassan al-Bashir ascended to power in 1989, yet the Obama administration spent the past two years seeking to improve bilateral ...

UN renews call for more troops in South Sudan - TRT World

The UNSC decided six months ago to deploy the 4,000-strong protection force in Juba to bolster the UN peacekeeping mission that largely failed to protect civilians. Photo by: AFP (Archive). UN peacekeepers work among civilians seeking refuge last ...

Sudan's interest in South Sudanese peace - Sudan Tribune

Sudan and South Sudan's relationship is of vital importance to resolving conflicts in both countries. Khartoum, and other countries in the region, clearly benefit from a stable South Sudan. Once-fraught relations between the two countries have improved ...

2 South Sudan opposition figures held in Kenya, lawyer says - Daily Mail

KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) — Two South Sudanese men affiliated with the country's opposition have been detained by Kenyan authorities and are at risk of being deported back to Juba, according to their lawyer. Eddy Orinda told The Associated Press that ...

S.Sudanese activist faces deportation from Kenya - Daily Nation

A displaced woman as she carries goods as United Nations Mission in South Sudan peacekeepers patrol outside the premises of the UN Protection of Civilians (PoC) site in Juba on October 4, 2016. Dong Samuel, a prominent lawyer and human rights ...

South Sudanese human rights advocate Dong Samuel Luak 'at risk of torture, persecution' says HRW - International Business Times UK

Detained by Kenyan authorities, Dong Samuel Luak is at risk of unlawful deportation to South Sudan. Elsa Buchanan. By Elsa Buchanan. January 25, 2017 09:24 GMT. Dong Samuel Luak Prominent rights activist Dong Samuel Luak faces unlawful ...

S.Sudanese activist facing deportation from Kenya: HRW - The Peninsula Qatar

Nairobi: A South Sudanese activist is being held in Kenya and is facing deportation to his home country where he has received death threats and could be arrested, Human Rights Watch said Wednesday. Prominent lawyer Dong Samuel Luak, who fled to ...

In South Sudan UN Security Council renews call for more troops - Pulse Nigeria

The UN Security Council stepped up calls Monday for regional troops in South Sudan, to help a UN contingent already there stem ongoing violence and stave off a brewing humanitarian crisis. Olof Skoog, UN ambassador from Sweden, which holds the ...

HRW raises red flag over arrest of South Sudanese rights advocate in Kenya - The Star, Kenya

HRW has raised concern about the arrest and detention of a prominent South Sudanese lawyer by Kenyan authorities. Dong Luak is a known activist and human rights advocate who served as secretary general of the South Sudan Law Society until 2013.

Two South Sudanese dissidents detained in Kenya - activists - Daily Mail

NAIROBI, Jan 25 (Reuters) - Two South Sudanese dissidents have been detained in Kenya and could face deportation back to South Sudan, where another opposition figure deported last year has been held without charge, activists said on Wednesday.

SPLM-N calls on Security Council to back new humanitarian and political process in Sudan - Sudan Tribune

January 25, 2017 (KHARTOUM) - The Secretary General of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement - North (SPLM-N) Tuesday has called for a new political process and requested the UN Security Council to adopt a resolution committing the Sudanese ...

Peace monitors asks UN to deploy extra troops to S. Sudan - Sudan Tribune

January 24, 2017 (JUBA) – The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC), the body overseeing the implementation of South Sudan's peace agreement has urged the U.N Security Council to quickly deploy the 4,000 extra troops it authorized late ...

How the UN Security Council is perpetuating South Sudan's conflict - Tehran Times

The Security Council has failed to impose an arms embargo on the conflict-hit state. Despite warnings by the United Nations of a possible genocide in South Sudan, the Security Council voted on December 23, 2016, to reject a U.S.-sponsored resolution ...