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Latest stories: Rome Mediation

Pope Francis greets South Sudanese president Salva Kiir at the Vatican, April 11, 2019./ Vatican Media.

Murder of Catholic Nuns, Others “lies squarely on Holdout Groups”: South Sudan's President

Aug 17, 2021

The killing of two Catholic Nuns alongside three other civilians following the Monday, August 16 bus ambush along Juba-Nimule Road is the responsibility of “the Holdout Groups”, the President of South Sudan, Salva Kiir, has said, making reference to the non-signatories to the Revitalized Agreement on the Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan (R-ARCSS).

President Philipe Nyusi and RENAMO leader, Ossufo Momade signed a new peace deal in August 2020.

Mozambican Bishop Says Peace Still a Desire 28 Years after Rome Mediation

Oct 6, 2020

 A Catholic Prelate in Mozambique’s Diocese of Chimoio has weighed in on the security challenges in several parts of the Southern African country, saying that the Rome Peace mediations signed 28 years ago to end violence in the country are yet to bear the needed fruit of long-lasting peace in the country.