South Sudan

By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Aug 22nd, 2014
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BY: MERCY NALUGO, AUG/22/2014, DAILY MONITER, Kampala, SSN; IN SUMMARY: Dr Kiyonga, Uganda’s defence minister, said the government may need more money to sustain the army in South Sudan as they await deployment of a regional force to take over. Parliament- Lawmakers on the Parliamentary defence...
By IndepthAfrica
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Aug 21st, 2014
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The Real “Dirty Wars” in the Horn of Africa When award winning journalist Jeremy Scahill landed at Mogadishu’s International Airport in the summer of 2011 Somalia was in the midst of its worst drought and famine in 60 years. Yet when Mr. Scahill reported on his visit he seemed blissfully unaware of t...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Aug 20th, 2014
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BY: Garang Atem Ayiik, Independent commentator, JUBA, AUG/19/2014, SSN; Introduction:In his book ‘Leap into the Future’, Prof Anyang Nyongo’, narrated his experience when he asked a senior Malaysia government officer on what Malaysia did right that leapt them into better economic pr...
By IAfrica
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Aug 20th, 2014
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BY: Deng Mangok Ayuel, AWEIL, South Sudan, AUG/20/2014, SSN; Just as the country is wavering by rebellion where individuals lost their beloved ones, bulk displacement of people, where others are almost starving in the camps, yet our people in Rumbek are still killing themselves amid crisis in South S...
By IndepthAfrica
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Aug 19th, 2014
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By Jeff Roquen At the end of the Cold War a quarter of a century ago, a little-known army officer – Omar al-Bashir – conducted a coup d’etat in Sudan. Despite attempts to introduce and enforce Sharia law throughout the country, the religiously syncretic, non-Arab populations in the western and ...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Aug 18th, 2014
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BY: Gabrial Pager Ajang, Wright Career College, USA, AUG/18/2014, SSN; Since the beginning of the December 15th, 2013 war, South Sudanese moral leaders and good-hearted people have been pondering on how this war could possibly be ended. This existential question of life and death has caused many Sout...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Aug 18th, 2014
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BY: ELHAG PAUL, South Sudan, AUG/18/2014, SSN; The United Nations protection camps in the middle of government controlled areas in South Sudan are frankly speaking prisons of President Salva Kiir managed by the UN and funded by the western world tax payers. I sit here and think: how on earth could a ...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Aug 16th, 2014
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By BARBARA AMONG, Special Correspondent, THE EAST AFRICAN, Posted Saturday, August 16 2014, IN SUMMARY:-*The current oil output is half of what South Sudan was producing before the war broke out in December last year.*The biggest oil production wells in northern Upper Nile and Malakal have shut down,...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Aug 16th, 2014
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BY: Kuir ë Garang, CANADA, AUG/16/2014, SSN; The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) knows by now that South Sudanese warring parties are not going to sign any peace agreement soon unless severe sanctions are imposed on prominent figures on both sides. On January 23, the two parties signed Ce...
By IAfrica
In South Sudan
Aug 14th, 2014
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QUOTE: “If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor” ~ Desmond Tutu BY: Chuol C. Puoch, JUBA, AUG/14/2014, SSN; After the eruption of fighting in Juba and later to other areas of South Sudan, the region had in the first place made a “look...