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November 12, 2016

Statement by Hon Raila Odinga: Kenya’s withdrawal of troops from South Sudan

STATEMENT BY HON RAILA ODINGA: WITHDRAWAL OF TROOPS FROM SOUTH SUDAN POINTS TO A DEEPER PROBLEM: On Tuesday, 1st November 2016, the UN announced that it had sacked Lieutenant-General Johnson Magoa Kimani Ondieki as the head of its peace-keeping mission in South Sudan (UNMISS). Two days later, on 4th November 2016, President Uhuru Kenyatta announced

November 5, 2016

UNHCR on the return of Mr James Gatdet Dak to South Sudan

4 November 2016 UNHCR is deeply concerned about the well-being of Mr James Gatdet Dak, SPLA IO Spokesperson, who was returned to South Sudan from Kenya on Monday, 2 November. Mr Dak had previously been granted refugee status by the Kenyan authorities. Mr Dak’s forced return is a violation of the principle of non-refoulement,which is

November 2, 2016

Kenya’s abrupt disengagement from South Sudan’s peace process and deportation of refugee

THE UNITED PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT Republic Of South Sudan UPDM PRESS STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 8th November 2016 UPDM expresses grave alarm by the decisions of the government of the Republic of Kenya to deport a South Sudanese refugee, James Gatdet Dak, to Juba on the 3rd of November 2016. We are deeply concerned about

November 12, 2016

Statement by Hon Raila Odinga: Kenya’s withdrawal of troops from South Sudan

STATEMENT BY HON RAILA ODINGA: WITHDRAWAL OF TROOPS FROM SOUTH SUDAN POINTS TO A DEEPER PROBLEM: On Tuesday, 1st November 2016, the UN announced that it had sacked Lieutenant-General Johnson Magoa Kimani Ondieki as the head of its peace-keeping mission in South Sudan (UNMISS). Two days later, on 4th November 2016, President Uhuru Kenyatta announced

November 5, 2016

UNHCR on the return of Mr James Gatdet Dak to South Sudan

4 November 2016 UNHCR is deeply concerned about the well-being of Mr James Gatdet Dak, SPLA IO Spokesperson, who was returned to South Sudan from Kenya on Monday, 2 November. Mr Dak had previously been granted refugee status by the Kenyan authorities. Mr Dak’s forced return is a violation of the principle of non-refoulement,which is

November 2, 2016

Kenya’s abrupt disengagement from South Sudan’s peace process and deportation of refugee

THE UNITED PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT Republic Of South Sudan UPDM PRESS STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 8th November 2016 UPDM expresses grave alarm by the decisions of the government of the Republic of Kenya to deport a South Sudanese refugee, James Gatdet Dak, to Juba on the 3rd of November 2016. We are deeply concerned about

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