US, Britain warn S Sudan rivals over ceasefire violations Jan 03, 2018 0 50 12345 REUTERSJUBAThe United States, Britain and Norway have called on parties in South Sudan's conflict to stop violating a ceasefire signed last month, their heads of mission in Juba said on Tuesday.The deal aimed to end a four-year war between the government of President Salva Kiir and rebels in which tens of thousands of people have been killed. But since the signing in the Ethiopian capital there have been five reported violations for which both sides have been blamed.The United States, Britain and Norway form a group that supported the 2005 accord leading to the independence of South Sudan from Sudan. They have threatened to impose individual or group sanctions for those violating the ceasefire.The ceasefire is also designed to allow humanitarian groups access to civilians caught in the fighting and revive a 2015 peace deal that collapsed in 2016 after heavy fighting erupted in the capital Juba.On Monday, the UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said it was investigating an allegation by one of the rebel groups that Kenyan security forces unlawfully deported one of their senior members from Kakuma refugee camp over the weekend.Rebel spokesman Lam Paul Gabriel said the deportation from Kenya was a violation of the ceasefire."This is a very serious matter and UNHCR has approached the Kenyan authorities to obtain further information regarding the circumstances and procedures followed for this alleged return," a UNHCR spokeswoman in Nairobi said.Spokesmen for the Kenya police and the foreign affairs ministry told Reuters on Tuesday they were not aware of the incident. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES S Korea proposes high-level talks after Kim's overture Jan 03, 2018 0 388 Boko Haram leader appears in video amid surge in attacks Jan 03, 2018 0 68 Catholic Church condemns DR Congo's 'barbaric' crackdown; death toll hits 12 Jan 03, 2018 0 75 Gunmen kill 14 churchgoers in Nigeria River State shooting AFP Warri Gunmen killed at least 14 churchgoers returning from a midnight service on Monday in Nigeria's Rivers State, a police source told AFP, the latest violence to hit the oil-rich region. "The gunmen opened fire .. Two climbers die in fall on S Africa's Table Mountain Johannesburg Two climbers were killed abseiling on Cape Town's Table Mountain on New Year's Day, with hundreds of tourists stranded on the summit for hours during the rescue effort, South African officials .. Museveni signs bill removing Uganda presidential age limit Kampala Uganda's Yoweri Museveni has signed into law a bill removing presidential age limits, a spokesman said Tuesday, clearing the way for the 73-year-old's expected sixth run at the presidency in 2021. The .. Australian investigators hope to recover seaplane this week AFP Sydney Accident investigators hope this week to raise a seaplane which crashed into an Australian river with the death of six people, including a high-profile British chief executive. Richard Cousins, the boss of .. Trump eyes potential talks, claims 'sanctions beginning to have impact' WASHINGTON US President Donald Trump on Tuesday said possible talks between North Korea and South Korea held mixed potential, while sanctions were beginning to take a toll on Pyongyang amid tensions over its nuclear and .. Internet restored after deadly protests Kinshasa Internet was restored in the Democratic Republic of Congo on Tuesday after the government cut services for three days on the eve of protests against the president, AFP reporters said. The Congolese minister for ..