Cattle raiding

By IndepthAfrica
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Feb 25th, 2013
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By Machien Luoi On January 11, 2013 the Council of Ministers of the Republic of South Sudan “approved of a memo on the national reconciliation process in the country,” according to Sudan Tribune report. The process is earmarked at an estimated amount of 8.2 million South Sudanese Pounds. Moreover, th...
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Nov 16th, 2012
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By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN,New york Times NAIROBI, Kenya — John Kioko Muthini, a high school student, was playing pool with his friends a little more than two weeks ago in a slum on this city’s fringe when two police officers walked in, looking for a thief. They ordered everyone to their knees, and then, n...
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Mar 12th, 2012
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Juba – Fierce ethnic clashes over cattle rustling killed more than 200 people in South Sudan at the weekend, and hundreds more were abducted in the troubled fledgling nation, a state governor said on Monday. “The people killed are around 223. 150 are injured”, Jonglei state governor...
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Aug 22nd, 2011
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Two months after cattle raiders stole his entire herd, Nyati Kelabo stalks around this desolate river town, sleeping under a tree, begging for food and worrying constantly about how he will feed his five children and two wives. South Sudan became the world’s newest country in July, amid high ho...
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May 2nd, 2011
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JUBA, Sudan – Nearly 70 people were killed in a weeklong cattle raiding conflict between two rival tribes in Southern Sudan last week, officials said Monday. The cattle raid happened near water points in Jonglei state when ethnic Nuer tribesmen allegedly attacked the area and drove off with more than...