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South Sudan Bill limits foreign aid workers amid humanitarian crisis

  In Summary The Non-Governmental Organisations (NGO) bill, passed by parliament on Wednesday, means no more than a fifth of aid workers can be from abroad, a level many aid workers believe is simply not viable. Aid agencies already employ large numbers of South Sudanese — often far higher than the 80 per cent level […]

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UN Security Council repeats demands for South Sudan warring parties to come to peace

Addis Ababa, 22 May 2015 (WIC) – The United Nations Security Council has condemned the renewed and ongoing large scale violence in South Sudan’s Unity state, saying military offensives by pro-government forces had led to the displacement of over 100,000 civilians and with another 300,000 civilians being denied access to the aid being provided by humanitarian […]

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