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Eastern Lakes calls for calm over water disputes

By Manyuon Mayen Manyuon Authorities in Eastern Lakes State have called on the communities along the River Nile to stop dispute over water. Last week, the army was deployed at Jorwach Island along the Nile River following the tension between Bor and Yirol fishermen. Some fishermen from Jonglei claimed that...
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Remains of Kenyans who died in Ethiopia crash headed home

By Agencies The Nakuru family’s five members perished in the plane crash. Mr Karanja’s wife was to bring home her grandchildren who had been living in Canada when the tragedy struck. In March, the families held prayers for their departed relatives but there were no caskets or bodies. Families who...
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Police is part of the community- Maj.Gen Justin

By Martha David The relationship between police and community has been spoiled for a long time and it is time for the police to come close to the community, Police Spokesperson Maj.Gen. Daniel Justin said. He was peaking during the community policing meeting that was organized by the Japan International...
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Western Equatoria Journalists embrace training on GBV and Media Law

By David Mono Danga In efforts to equip state journalists with ethical reporting skills, the Association for Media Development in South Sudan (AMDISS) reached out to train journalists in Yambio, Tambura, Nzara and Maridi towns. The training facilitated by the organization’s institute, The Media Development Institute brought together 28 radio...
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Peace monitors demand formation of VIP protection Unit

BY Elia Joseph Loful                The cease monitors of the transitional security arrangements, CTASMVM have called for quick formation of VIP protection Unit before November 12th. Desta Abiche Ageno, Chairperson of CTSAMVM said despite progress on cantonments, they had not received any information regarding training of the VIP protection forces. He...
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S. SUDAN, hosting 300,000 refugees

By Musa Mahadi It is widely known as Africa’s largest refugee crisis, some 2.3 million South Sudanese have fled and sought refuge in neighboring countries. However, not many people know of the country’s hospitality and its ability to also host and keep safe refugees from other countries. South Sudan currently...
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Police call citizens to cooperate

By Martha David The police have called on citizens to cooperate and report any crime cases in their area. Gen. Majak Akech Malok, Inspector General of Police said security would not improve if citizens were not cooperative by reporting crimes happening in their residential areas. He made the remarks yesterday...
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Jubek State to construct eight more county headquarters

By Wek Atak Kacjang Jubek State government has launched what it described as taking towns to rural areas by constructing eight county headquarters in the state. Speaking during the opening of the fifth session of Jubek State Transitional Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, Jubek State Governor Augustino Jadalla Wani said the...
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Students urged to fight ignorance

By Bullen Bala Alexander A senior lecturer at the University of Juba has urged students to fight ignorance in the country. Adam Cholong, acting Dean of Students’ Affairs said despite being one of the world’s richest countries in cultures and natural resources, South Sudan remained down by “ignorance.” “Let us...
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