Monday 22 September
- 7,500 people were displaced by floods in Warrap State.
- The South Sudanese army paraded war captives.
- The African Union urged the warring parties in South Sudan to respect the ceasefire.
- Nine SPLA-in-Opposition officials surrendered to the government.
- More than 80 people fled Rumbek Central County (Lakes State) following the violence last week.
- The negotiators representing the warring parties at the peace talks accepted the IGAD document as basis for the talks.
- The IGAD peace talks resumed.
- Pagan Amum rejected the Political Parties Leadership Forum’s involvement in the IGAD peace talks.
- The road between Yambio and Uganda was cut due to heavy rain.
- The University in Bor reopened after eight months closure due to the war.
- Sudan was accused of supporting the SPLA-in-Opposition.
Tuesday 23 September
- The aid organisation Medair called for safe access to Renk County.
- UNICEF announced that there is a child malnutrition emergency in South Sudan.
- The SPLA-in-Opposition refuted SPLA’s allegations over captives.
- Salva Kiir left for the UN General Assembly meeting in New York.
- Ten people were killed in southern Warrap.
- IGAD asked Martin Tako to leave the peace negotiations.
Wednesday 24 September
- South Sudan government officials warned against diplomatic attempts to convince Kiir not to stand for future elections.
- Nine people were killed by dogs in Rumbek.
- The head of UNMISS vowed to protect civilians.
Thursday 25 September
- The US envoy to South Sudan announced that the US is ready to expand sanctions to end violence in South Sudan.
- The UN General Secretary urged South Sudan to end the hostilities.
- The Kenyan president urged South Sudan’s leaders to make peace.
- Uganda and South Sudan deployed joint patrols in Moyo, the border district where clashes occurred last week.
- The UK announced that the humanitarian support for South Sudan will be increased.
- The SPLA vowed not to back down against the SPLA-in-Opposition.
- Two people were killed in a bus ambush in Lakes State.
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