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SPLA were more disciplined when Dr. John Garang de Mabior was still alive

By James Ladu Modi Asuk Gwate Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) was an organized body that fought for nearly 22 years of war-torn region of Sudan. The SPLA fought against the government of Khartoum because of severe marginalization enforced on the South Sudanese and other none Muslims across Sudan. And...
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Unify the peace initiatives

There are now two initiatives placed on the table to bring peace to the country. There is the national dialogue announced by President Salva Kiir Mayardit last month. Earlier this month, it was revealed that Norway and Great Kingdom had unveiled a peace dialogue to be held in Doha, Qatar...
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Breaking the Culture of Silence

Letter of appreciation to PresidentPutin of RussiaFederation   By Riak Maker Mading I want to praise you for your role in the Syrian issues especially the liberation of Aleppo. For the first time in four years, Christians in Aleppo celebrated Christmas and that was achieved through your tactful intervention in...
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Aweil state parliament delay recess

Aweil State Legislative Assembly By AsuntaAlithMayen The recess for members of Aweil state Legislative Assembly hasbeen extended from its previously scheduled date 15thJanuary to 23rdFebruary 2017, the speaker of the parliament has said. Rt. Hon. Speaker Deng AyomAyomsaid the recess was postponed due to some activities, which require the honorable...
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The Truth

Where are South Sudan National OperationalPolice, 777?   By James LaduModiAsukGwate   By definition, the word police refer to an organized civil force in acountry, which keeps law and order. Men and women aremembers of such force. But do our operational national police keep law and order as expected by...
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Two wrongs don’t make a right

By Nana Alfred Sometimes we want to do the right thing but in a wrong way, we never really put thought into it and just react. But two wrongs can never make a right! A person will never accept his/her wrongs if you approach him/her in a wrong way nor...
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Peace activists call for support for youth projects

Participants at the National Peace Center attending to the peace debate By Jale Richard The youth of South Sudan needs to be supported to enable them end the culture of violence through engaging in peace building projects,a group of peace activists have said. The activist raised this yesterday in a...
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Breaking the Culture of Silence

Are you also celebrating the death of Fidel Castro? (2-2) By Riak Maker Mading The story behind everything involving Castro and the US is really long and individual. Only those who know how to appreciate happenings will see what some of us have heardand seen, especially at this time that...
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5 reasons why women leave their husbands

Women file for divorce two-thirds of the time — a grim fact. But the important question to ask is "why?" According to my own Statistics, when a marriage ends, the woman is the one who files for divorcetwo-thirds of the time. While a man might leave a marriage because of...
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DC Party factions agree for dialogue

By Opio Jackson The two rivaling factions of South Sudan’s leading opposition party, the Democratic Change DC, have agreed todialogue in order to end the disagreements that emerged when a new chairman was elected to replace Dr. Lam AkolAjawin. Speaking to Juba Monitor yesterday, Deng Bior Deng, who still maintains...
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