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Deal between government, conflicting factions has been reached earlier this month to stop fighting
Shoukry signed memorandum of understanding for political consultation between Cairo, Juba
Abbas meets Sudanese officials to boost security cooperation
We aim to benefit from Egypt’s experience in defeating hepatitis, says minister
Bloc includes Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda, and South Sudan, activation requires approval of 16 countries
Shoukry reviewed the Egyptian efforts to boost stability and peace in South Sudan
Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi said on Tuesday that Egypt was the second country to acknowledge the independence of South Sudan on 9 July 2011, and that Egypt will provide as much support as it can to South Sudan in all fields. In a press conference with South Sudanese president Salva Kiir, Al-Sisi also said …
Shoukry meets with counterparts from Ireland, South Sudan during UN general assembly
Roads, railways, port, pipelines to link Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda, and South Sudan
Following Riek Machar’s reported reappearance in Khartoum, the South Sudanese government has started laying down conditions for the eventual return home of the former vice president and rebel leader.
The Egyptian delegation said that any intervention should be coordinated with the South Sudanese government
The role of AU forces is on the rise as African leaders voted on Monday to send a large AU military force to South Sudan with a more robust mandate than the 12,000-strong UN protection force already in the country.
Crises, such as South Sudan, Somalia and Burundi, are clamoring for attention at the upcoming African Union summit. So, too is the thorny question of who should succeed Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma as AU Commission chair.
For any football team, you have the goal keeper, defenders, midfielders, strikers, and the coach. These entities blend together so as to secure victory for their team. Separately, they would achieve nothing, for it is through team work (cooperation) that the eleven players can face their opponents (challenges) and win. The players are organised into …
Embassy receives around 45 Egyptians who are currently staying there until ceasefire
A cease-fire called by South Sudan’s leadership seemed to be holding on Tuesday. Civilians in Juba ventured out of make-shift shelters for the first time in days. Many took advantage of the truce to leave the capital.
Heavy fighting, hundreds dead, thousands on the run and urgent appeals from the international community for an end to the violence: the story unfolding in South Sudan seems sadly familiar.
Fighting erupted in South Sudan’s capital Juba on Monday between troops loyal to President Salva Kiir and ex-rebel leader Riek Macher. Former UN diplomat Peter Schumann said this may escalate into a full-scale war.
Embassies have begun evacuating non-essential staff as violence continues to spiral in South Sudan. Fighting continues to rage between troops loyal to the president and vice president sparking fears of civil war
In South Sudan, ceasefire monitors have warned of “appalling” violence in breach of a peace deal, despite the formation of a unity government under former rivals President Salva Kiir and Riek Machar.
Not just Africa’s top tourist destinations are trying to attract more visitors. Strife-torn nations like South Sudan and Mali are also aiming to boost tourism arrivals by participating in the Berlin ITB tourism fair.
Mashar praised Egypt’s effort to support South Sudan in his meeting with Al-Sisi Tuesday
Finance is for first phase of initial feasibility studies needed to establish shipping line connecting Mediterranean Sea and Lake Victoria
Foreign Minister on South Africa tour
Salva Kiir held closed talks with his Egyptian counterpart Saturday, with both countries signing several agreements on future cooperation
Shoukry underlines efforts made to enable Libyan government restore stability
Foreign Minister discusses renaissance dam, regional conflicts, and threat of terrorism with African ministers on sidelines of UN General Assembly
Tanmeyah buys new equipment to offer more services to oil companies
War in the young nation has already killed thousands and forced more than 1.5 million people from their homes, and aid agencies warn of the risk of famine should fighting continue.