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Child soldiers on rise

The number of children being recruited as fighters this year is more than 17,000 since a military conflict erupted between President Salva Kiir and his former deputy Dr. Riek Machar almost three years ago, the UN children's fund UNICEF reports. The National Coordinator for Child Disarmament Demobilization Reintegration at (NDDRC),...
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Gov’ starts distribution of food items in Juba

The Ministry of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management (MHADM) in collaboration with the Egyptian Embassy in Juba has started the distribution of the assorted goods donated by the Egyptian government to rescue the hunger situation in the Country. The Egyptian government has so far delivered six of the ten cargoes...
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Up to 19 people killed, 20 others wounded in cattle raid

At least 19 people have been killed and 20 others were injured in an apparent joined cattle raid carried out by armed youth from Southern Liech and Western Lakes states on Monday, authorities in the Eastern Lakes state said. According to the report, cattle rustlers suspected to be from Southern...
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S. Sudanese celebrate Independence Anniversary in Uganda

South Sudanese in Arua, Uganda joyously commemorated the 6th Independence Anniversary as they reflect on how Khartoum regime marginalized South Sudanese for many years without development and freedom. The students expressed their hope and resilience to their motherland despite challenges facing the country. The thanked Almighty God for giving South...
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Disabled widow decry demise of her husband

Nancy Kitale, a disabled widow and a mother of two children sits outside the vicinity of Juba city in Lologu Boma as she recalls the demise of her husband in June 2017 in Lobonok County. It is a cloudy morning, the 9th of July, a day that brings memories of...
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Aweil state citizens urged to work for peace

The governor of Aweil state has urged his state citizens to support the national dialogue declared by President Salva Kiir by making unity, peace and love attractive with the neighboring states. Wol Kuot Deng, said the intention of President Salva Kiir who declared the national dialogue was in the interest...
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Ceasefire monitor condemns ongoing fighting

The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC), the body entrusted to oversee the implementation of the Agreement on the Resolution of Conflict in South Sudan (ARCSS) has condemned the fresh fighting between the government and the armed opposition groups. Festus Mugae, the Chairperson of JMEC urged both parties to the...
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SPLM-IO Should not be nominated as candidates to EALA

The People’s Liberal Party (PLP) is right-wing liberal Party in South Sudan committed to uphold principle of Political Pluralism and multiparty democracy, good governance and rule of law; the party considers that South Sudan membership in EAC shall enrich the country’s efforts to promote good governance based on rule of...
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We must be agents of peace -Rev Dr. Bilal

Rev. Dr. Joseph Bilal said, “we must be agents of peace because peace cannot come on its own, we are to make this country peaceful if we don’t think there will be no peace. “My appeal is that whosoever is carrying a gun or doing things that are bringing war,...
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SPLA-IO accuses Dr. Machar’s rebels faction

The Sudan People’s  Liberation Army in opposition (SPLA-IO) under the First Vice President Taban Deng Gai has accused Dr. Riek Machar’s faction of attacking its defensive position in the oilfield of Upper Nile state. Speaking to the press yesterday, the SPLA-IO Spokesperson, Col. Dickson Gatluak Jok Nyuot said the armed...
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