Monday 19 May
- UNICEF called for financial aid to stop outbreak of cholera in South Sudan.
- South Sudan government defended involvement of foreign troops in South Sudan.
- SPLM/A-in-Opposition accused the South Sudan government of raping women in Upper Nile.
- An international Donor Conference for South Sudan opened in Oslo.
Tuesday 20 May
- Khartoum stated that Sudanese groups have been involved in the South Sudanese violence.
- More than $600 million in aid was promised to South Sudan after the International Donor Conference for South Sudan.
- UN predicted that 4 million people face starvation in South Sudan by 2015.
Wednesday 21 May
- UNMISS staff detained in Juba.
- The Ugandan government claimed its military intervention in South Sudan prevented genocide.
Thursday 22 May
- New outbreaks of violence in Upper Nile.
- More than 200 cholera cases reported in Juba.
Friday 23 May
- 28 people killed in clashes in Rumbek and Cueibit.
- SPLM-in-Opposition denied allegations of having links with LRA.
- Donald Booth, US special envoy to Sudan and South Sudan called for deployment of regional troops in South Sudan.
- The constitution review panel will join the talks in Addis.
- Estimated that South Sudan’s oil production has been reduced by 50% since the outbreak of the conflict.
- Announced that UN peacekeepers continue to be disrupted by fighting groups.
Saturday 24 May
- Salva Kiir called for deployment of regional forces to prevent further violations of the cessation of hostilities agreement.
- It was announced that Riek Machar will visit Khartoum next week.
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