Is South Sudan Government Violating The Agreements Intentionally?

South Sudan's warring President, Mr. Salva Kiir (C) attends a ceremony marking the thirty fourth anniversary of the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) at the military headquarters in Juba, South Sudan, May 18, 2017(Photo: REUTERS/Jok Solomun)

Dec 30th, 2017(Nyamilepedia) — Since the South Sudan warring parties signed new Cessation of Hostilities, Protection of Civilians and Humanitarian Access agreements recently in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, fighting has intensified in the three regions of the war-torn world’s youngest nation. While non-governmental organizations are evacuating their employees from war affected areas, many reliable sources on the ground report that Juba […]

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BREAKING: Intra-tribal Conflict Among the Dinka Bor Community Leaves At Least 17 People Dead and 30 Others Wounded

The Apuk and Aguok clans fight over border disputes created by president Salva Kiir in Juba(Photo: file)

Dec 22, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– Latest reports from Bor South County of Jonglei State confirmed that an intra-ethnic fighting between the Dinka-Bor sections has left at least 17 people dead and over 30 others wounded. According to reliable sources in Bor, fighting broke out this morning, December 22nd, in Chueikeer between the kolnyang communities fitting two major sections of the Abiei clans […]

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BREAKING: Hundreds of Thousands Expected To Mourn And March During The 4th Commemoration of December 15th

South Sudanese christians praying for peace in the national capital, Juba(Photo: file)

Dec 12, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — In less than forty eight(48) hours millions of South Sudanese around the world are expected to commemorate the 4th December 15th genocide that was orchestrated in the national capital of the world’s youngest nation, South Sudan, in December 2013. December 15th, as it is known today, is the day when South Sudan civil war started among […]

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SPLA Spokesman Lul Ruai Kong, not Concern Over Assassination of His Nuer Tribesmen in The Capital


Dec 9th, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– At least two young South Sudanese men from the Nuer ethnic group were assassinated in the capital, Juba, this week. According to relatives, late Buai Gatkuoth and Kuol Yuol, who are estimated to be 31 and 25 years old, respectively, were kidnapped on their way back to the UN Protection of civilians’ sites on Tuesday evening. […]

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At Least 70 Confirmed Dead In South Sudan’s Lakes State Fighting

Armed Dinka tribesman in front of a cow herd in Lakes State, South Sudan (Photo credit: Reuters)

Dec 07, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– Latest reports from South Sudan’s Western Lakes State confirmed that a recent ethnic feud in Northern Rumbek has left at least 70 people dead and more than 100 others injured. According to the minister of information of Western Lakes State, Hon. James Riak Deng, 70 people were confirmed dead on both sides and more than 80 […]

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At Least 3 Chiefs Killed and 3 Others Injured In New Jonglei State Ambush

At least three chiefs were killed and three other are being treated in various condition at a NGO-run health center in Poktap(Photo: file)

Dec 2, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– Latest reports from Poktap of Duk County confirmed that at least 3 chiefs were killed in an ambush between Poktap and Panyagor this morning, Dec 2nd, 2017. According to an NGO employee, who works at a health center in Poktap, three other chiefs who survived the ambush are currently being treated at their clinic. The source […]

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BREAKING NEWS: South Sudan Government Forces Accused of Killing About 20 Civilians Including Ugandans, National Dialogue Committee Blamed For Repatriating Civilians From Refugees’ Camps To War Zones

A South Sudanese youth being tortured by the SPLA at unknown location(Photo: file)

Nov 25, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– A contingent of South Sudan’s People Defense Forces, based in Jale of Kajo Keji, has slaughtered and disfigured at least four civilians between Afro and Jale yesterday, according to recent reports from the area. According to SPLA-IO deputy spokesman, Col Lam Paul Gabriel, the four civilians, who were slaughtered by the SPLA, include three South Sudanese […]

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“My Loyalty To Gen. Taban Deng Gai is Unwavering and Unquestionable” Gen. Gathoth Gatkuoth Tells IGAD to Forget Him In HLRF

Maj. Gen. Gathoth Gatkuoth Hothnyang, the Minister of Labour, Public Service and Human Resource Development under Taban-SPLM/A(IO) ticket(Photo: profile)

Nov 25, 2017(Nyamilepedia) — A senior South Sudanese former rebel officer, Maj. Gen. Gathoth Gatkuoth Hothyang, a man who has defected four times in the last four years has finally found where he belongs. “My loyalty to the chairman and the C-in-C of the SPLM/A(IO), H.E. Gen. Taban Deng Gai is unwavering and unquestionable. The SPLM/A(IO) has one chairman and […]

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Another Close Friend of The Former Chief of Staff Killed in Cold Blood Last Night

Late Bol Deng Miyen walking side by side with his hero, Gen. Paul Malong Awan, who was under house arrest in the capital, Juba(Photo: profile)

Nov 24, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– Another close associate of the former chief of general staff of the SPLA, Lt. Gen. Paul Malong Awan, was shot dead last evening in the capital, Juba. Bol Deng Miyen, a South Sudanese national from the contested region of Abyei, was shot dead by “unknown gunmen” around 6pm last evening, Nov 24th, 2017. According to relatives, […]

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TROIKA PRESS: Dr. Machar and All Other Stakeholders Must be Included in Revitalization Forum

Former Vice President, Dr. Riek Machar Teny, smile during a media interview in the past in Juba, South Sudan(Photo: file)

Nov 24, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– Following a false report by Salva Kiir government that TROIKA has agreed to exclude Dr. Riek Machar Teny, South Sudan’s First Vice President and the leader of the main armed opposition, SPLM/A(IO), from South Sudan peace revitalization forum, several TROIKA members have responded within the last 24 hours denying the assertion as false or incorrect. Responding […]

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