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WASHINGTON, D.C - 11 Oct

US sanctions two businessmen in South Sudan for alleged corruption

The United States on Friday placed sanctions on two businessmen, saying they had been involved in corruption and procurement fraud in South Sudan.

JUBA - 11 Oct

Ceasefire monitors worried about slow cantonment

South Sudan’s ceasefire monitoring body (CTSAMVM) has expressed concern over the slow progress in the cantonment process.
TORIT - 11 Oct

Torit airstrip reopens after potholes cause closure

For five days, operations at Torit airstrip were suspended due to potholes on the runway blamed on heavy rains last week.
Washington, D.C. - 11 Oct

Sudanese businessman fuelling corruption in South Sudan: report

Ashraf Seed Ahmed, a Sudanese businessman, remains a major enabler of corruption and violence for President Salva Kiir’s government, a new report said Monday.
YIROL - 11 Oct

Two inmates die after pit latrine collapses in Yirol

At least two inmates instantly died after they fell into a pit latrine at Yirol prison in Eastern Lakes State on Tuesday, a local official has said.
YEI - 11 Oct

Peace and reconciliation conference held in Yei

A three-day peace and reconciliation conference for communities in Yei River State ended on Wednesday.

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