Monday 10 November
- First UN World Food Program trucks arrived in South Sudan, marking the opening of a much needed humanitarian corridor through Sudan.
- Violent clashes between government forces and the SPLA-in-Opposition continue in Upper Nile, Jonglei and Unity state, despite last weekend’s rededication to the Cessation of Hostilities agreement.
- New report from the International Rescue Committee ‘Uprooted by Conflict: South Sudan’s displacement crisis.’
Tuesday 11 November
- The SPLM-in-Opposition has dropped their demand for President Salva Kiir to step down, and proposed to remove Vice President, James Wani Igga, instead, as well as the vice presidency itself.
- Police in South Sudan’s Lakes state, deployed in Rumbek to quell down insecurity threats, have withdrawn from all hotspots due to poor relations between the public and the authorities.
Wednesday 12 November
- The SPLM’s delegation of negotiators returned to Juba to consider whether to accept a proposed power-sharing deal with the SPLM-in- Opposition or not.
- The SPLM-in-Opposition opposes the deployment of regional troops to South Sudan, saying it could attract a regional war and prolong the suffering of the people.
Thursday 13 November
- European Parliament press release: MEPs call on IGAD, the African Union and the global community to impose targeted sanctions on South Sudan.