MALAKAL

By IAfrica
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May 23rd, 2014
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By Zechariah Manyok Biar South Sudan is really young. It seems its people in all their capacities mess up in the process of trying to do their best in serving their country better. The problem could be the lack of experiences in all the complexities of the rule of law. Many people who mess up [&helli...
By IndepthAfrica
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Jan 25th, 2014
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As the number of people killed and displaced by South Sudan’s bloody, month-long civil conflict continues to rise, negotiations taking place in Addis Ababa have inevitably focused on requirements for a ceasefire. An agreement came on 23 January, when negotiators representing the President Salva Kiir ...
By IndepthAfrica
In East Africa
Apr 30th, 2012
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Juba – Sudanese warplanes bombed South Sudanese frontline positions four times at the weekend, while militia forces were attacking Southern troops in border areas, the Southern army said on Monday. “There is still bombardment in Panakuach,” with four bombs dropped near the South Sud...
By benim
In Conflict/Tragedy
Apr 23rd, 2011
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Thousands of civilians have fled fighting between rebels and south Sudan’s army in oil-producing Unity state, as separate clashes erupted elsewhere in the troubled region on Saturday, officials said. “The fighting in recent days has been very fierce, and the people have been running away ...
By benim
In Conflict/Tragedy
Mar 18th, 2011
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Two days of heavy fighting between rebels and the south Sudanese army in the oil-producing states of Unity and Upper Nile, have left at least 70 people dead, an army spokesman said Friday. At least 30 soldiers and 11 rebels died in clashes that broke out on Thursday morning in Mayom county, in Unity ...
By benim
In News
Mar 16th, 2011
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The United States and other world powers urged south and north Sudan on Tuesday to return to talks over the looming division of the country, and to control armed groups blamed for recent attacks. South Sudanese politicians walked out of negotiations with the north over the weekend, accusing Khartoum ...
By benim
In News
Mar 13th, 2011
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A southern Sudanese official accused the north of planning a Darfur-style genocide against the south, in an escalation of rhetoric less than four months ahead of the secession of his oil-producing region. Pagan Amum’s accusation came a day after he said his party had suspended talks about prepa...
By benim
In Conflict/Tragedy
Mar 7th, 2011
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Khartoum – Clashes between the southern army and a rebel militia group in south Sudan’s Upper Nile state have left more than 40 people dead, including seven soldiers, southern army spokesperson Philip Aguer said on Monday. “There was fighting on Sunday between the SPLA and a former ...
By benim
In Conflict/Tragedy
Feb 6th, 2011
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JUBA, Sudan — A Southern Sudan administrator says at least 30 soldiers have been killed in fighting as northern army unit soldiers turned against each other. Upper Nile State’s Information Minister Peter Lam Both says the soldiers fought over which government they would hand over artiller...
By benim
In Conflict/Tragedy
Feb 5th, 2011
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At least 20 people died in a shootout between Sudanese soldiers in a southern town, the military said, warning there was a risk of more clashes as the country divided its forces before the south becomes independent. Fighting with mortars and heavy machineguns broke out in Malakal on Thursday and agai...