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Vol 59 No 15

Published 27th July 2018


South Sudan

Sanctions and splits

Mediators are talking up a five-party power-sharing deal but the leaders shirk responsibility for mass killings

Hardly a day passes without some new iteration of a South Sudan peace deal, new venues for talks, new concessions, and new demands but without much forward motion towards peace being detected. One of the latest was the United Nations Security Council's July resolution, which extended the list of sanctioned individuals, which was the least the council could do after receiving a new report of harrowing atrocities.

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