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Salva Kiir, the president, announcing a "coup" in December 2013(Photo: supplied)

By Daniel Wuor Joak, Dec 22,2014(Nyamilpedia) — One year has already elapsed now since most deadly and infamous “Juba Massacre” occurred, where over 20,000 unarmed Nuer civilians were indiscriminately massacred by the so-called Presidential Protection Unit known as “Dukubeny”. Dukubeny militias was a band of 15,000 Dinka youth drawn up selectively from the predominatly Dinka…

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Summary of Reporting of Cessation of Hostilities (COH) Violations Nov 8 – December 14


Transcript: Summary of Reports of Cessation of Hostilities (COH) Violations (8 November – 14 December 2014) and Update on Incident of 23 August 2014 The following report summarizes documented and verified violations by the IGAD Monitoring and Verification Mechanism of the Cessation of Hostilities Agreement of 23 January 2014, for the period of 8 November…

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Lead South Sudanese Musician (Gordon Koang Duoth) Commemorates the December 15, 2013 Nuer Massacre

South Sudanese comemorating the December 15 massacres

  Mekonen Tefere Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Dec 21, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — In event organized by Gajiok Nuer Community in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Gordon Koang Duoth and Micheal Pal Rik raised their concern about the last year massacre in Juba through newly composed songs. Gordon Koang who is a lead musician in South Sudan elaborated his heartfelt…

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History For Inclusive Social Cohesion and Common Good, Not Politics

People along River Baro in Gambella, Ethiopia(Photo: via Anuak Media)

A Response To the “Dancing with Wolf: A Reflection on Gambella Politics” By Nyikaw Ochalla, Dec 20, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — The article “Dancing with Wolf: A Reflection on Gambella Politics” by Chuol R. Kompuok, has drawn interest and much heated debate over the internet including some social media sites. The first article in particular, was well…

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Mayiendit County community in Uganda demands immediate release of their son (brother), Gatmai Gatluak Chuol Jut.

Prisoners chained together in South Sudan prisons(Photo: file)

By Gai James Kai, Dec 20, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — We the Mayiendit County community in Uganda and those in South Sudan write to express our deep concern over the unfounded arrest and detention of our beloved son (brother); Gatmai Gatluak Chuol Jut, a aid worker at UNIDO and his four other colleagues arrested by Juba government…

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