Monday 3 November
- South Sudanese officials accused Khartoum of launching a bombing raid on a village in Western Bahr el Ghazal over the weekend.
- The SPLA and the rebel forces traded accusations over who started new fighting in the town of Dolieb, in Upper Nile state, on Sunday.
Tuesday 4 November
- VoA South Sudan in Focus interview with Riek Machar:’Our Desire is to Have Peace in South Sudan.’
- President Salva Kiir concluded a two-day visit in Khartoum with President Al Bashir where they discussed outstanding issues between the two countries.
Wednesday 5 November
- The U.S. delegation to the UN Security Council informed it will circulate a draft resolution establishing an international sanctions regime against South Sudan.
- Human Rights Watch: South Sudan’s neighbors should pressure the UN Security Council to establish an arms embargo.
- Juba warned possible western sanctions could undermine the ongoing peace negotiations.
Thursday 6 November
- Following a brief by UNMISS, the UN Security Council issued a press statement that strongly condemned the increase in violence in South Sudan.
- President Salva Kiir and opposition leader, Riek Machar to discuss power-sharing at IGAD summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
- Local youth attacked UN police in a Protection of Civilians (PoC) site in Bentiu.