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India Contributes Food Aid To South Sudan

India Navy Ship Airavat, carrying food for South Sudan, reached the Port of Mombasa in Kenya on Friday in continuation of the ongoing humanitarian...

Know About how Counties in South Sudan Battle Starvation and Floods

By John Tanza In many homes around Jebel Boma County, dinner consists of bitter-tasting leaves that can be picked off the bushes outside. The leaves are neither...

UN Warns Millions in South Sudan to Face Acute Shortage of Food in Coming Weeks

U.N. agencies warn millions of people in South Sudan will face acute shortages of food by the end of July, with tens of thousands...

Amid South Sudan’s War, Miss World Pageant Carries On

Amid the ethnic violence, famine and mass displacement in South Sudan's war, a Miss World pageant carries on in one of the world's most...

Denied Visa Twice, 6 Afghan Girls Win Silver in Robotics Competition in Washington

6 Afghan girls won the silver medal at First Global Challenge in Washington for courageous achievement  These girls were refused a visa to...

South Sudan Artists Protest against Civil War with Peace Campaign, Pop-up Street Performances and Murals

JUBA, SOUTH SUDAN, Nov 26, 2016: Musicians played lively tunes in South Sudan's capital, and pedestrians and market shoppers watched the impromptu concert with...

Government launches operation “Sankat Mochan” to evacuate Indians from South Sudan

Minister of State for External Affairs V.K. Singh will lead Operation 'Sankat Mochan' to evacuate Indians from South Sudan, which has been rocked by...

South Sudan refugees under heavy protection of Indian peacekeepers

United Nations: Indian peacekeepers are "taking robust measures to protect South Sudan refugees sheltered in a massive camp where 18 people have been killed...

Over 100 killed in oil tanker explosion in South Sudan

By NewsGram Staff-Writer Khartoum: An oil tanker explosion has killed over 100 people and injured many in South Sudan. "More than 100 people were killed when an...

South Sudan government fails to sign agreement with rebels; US, Britain to push for UN sanctions

By NewsGram Staff-Writer United Nations: After Salva Kiir, the President of South Sudan failed to sign a power-sharing agreement with his former deputy, now rebel...

71 journalists killed in 2015: PEC report

  Geneva: A total of 71 journalists were killed from January to June of 2015 in 24 countries, a 7 percent increase over the same period...

Indian Army colonel in UN peacekeeping operation injured in South Sudan

As the UN peacekeeping operations in South Sudan struggles with inadequate resources and widening mandates, an Indian Army colonel was injured in crossfire between...

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