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SUDAN, Kiir leads peace talks in Juba

By Kitab A Unango Peace talks between the Sudan interim government and its oppositions mediated by President Salva Kiir begun in Juba with parties showing eagerness to end the war and bring peace to the people of Sudan. Over nine different armed and non-armed opposition groups are taking part in...
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Sudan talks lesson to Revitalized Peace Agreement -Kumba

By Kidega Livingstone  The negotiation between the interim governments of Sudan and the coalition of armed opposition should be a lesson to the main parties to the Revitalized Peace Agreement, said SPLM Acting General Secretary who doubles as Minister of Gender, Child and Social Welfare. Nunu Nkumba was speaking on...
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IOM: new report highlights mobility dynamics in S. Sudan

Press Release The International Organization for Migration’s Displacement Tracking Matrix’s (IOM DTM) sixth mobility tracking report shows a slight decrease in the number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) in South Sudan. Round six of DTM mobility tracking covered 2,312 locations in 78 counties in the country, mapping the presence of...
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Livestock training launched in Rumbek

By Mabor Riak Magok At least sixteen livestock extension workers have begun a three weeks training in Rumbek. The poverty eradication training was conducted with support from the Government of the Netherlands. Ezekiel Thiang Mangar Nyinguany, Western Lakes state Minister of Animal Resources appealed to the government of Netherlands to...
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Gov’t pays USD 3.5M to maintain EAC membership

By Kitab A. Unango and Neema Juma The government said it has paid 3.5M USD as part of the East African Community membership fee. Earlier, members of parliament at the East African Legislative Assembly threatened to suspend South Sudan for failing to meet its financial obligation of 30 million USD....
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Sudanese problems was wrongly diagnosed -Museveni

By Opio Jackson President Yoweri Museveni Kaguta said the persistent conflict in the Sudan was due to “wrong diagnosis.” “The mistake was wrong diagnosis. Some people want to be polite and do not want to tell the fact as it is. I am not those leaders,” he said. Mr. Museveni...
Editorial

Sudanese hope for successful peace talks in Juba

          By Anna Nimiriano President Salva Kiir Mayardit launched Sudanese peace talks yesterday in Juba. The talks were witness by delegations from Sudan, Ethiopia, Uganda, Egypt and other countries in the world. Hundreds of South Sudanese turned up to support the peace talks in Freedom Hall,...
Editorial

PEACE SHOULD LIVE WITH US PERMANENTLY

Topical Commentary With Odongo Odoyo All eyes are focused towards Juba South Sudan where the peace talks between the ruling junta and the opposition is taking place which has been brokered by President Salva Kiir Mayardit. The talks which is being attended by high power delegation from IGAD and a...
Opinion

People’s stories change

By Ngor Khot Garang I have in my ordinary life been held captive by the belief that every human being was created for something greater or something more beautiful than their current situation. We live in a fragile world where situations force us to believe that nothing will ever change...
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