Breakthrough: Machar and Kiir Agree on Forming An Inclusive Interim Government

May 9, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — Reports from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, confirm that Dr. Riek Machar and Pres. Salva Kiir have reached an agreement to stop military offensives and form an inclusive interim government. The parties have agreed to form an inclusive transitional national government that will include other political parties in the country. The Minister of Foreign Affairs and IGAD Mediators […]

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Diplomat says IGAD force will not protect South Sudan’s oil

May 08, 2014(JUBA) — Sudan’s deputy ambassador in South Sudan says the proposed East African IGAD force in South Sudan will protect only ceasefire monitors and has no other purpose, suggesting that the force would not be involved in defending oil fields as was earlier reported. In an interview with Radio Tamazuj today, Ambassador Magdi Ahmed Mofadal reiterated the Sudanese […]

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Is there any future or hope to the survivors of the senseless crisis in South Sudan?

By Lual Magok, Opinion May 08, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — The ongoing crisis and hostilities engulfing the Republic of South Sudan , has recall the whole world and the people of the South Sudan to what the Arab ( Northerners ) used to apply as an scapegoat that Junubien or southerners will not be able rule themselves or the south led by […]

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Despite Sanctions Gatdet Can’t Accept Ceasefire Without Legitimate Documents

May 07, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — The notorious fierce fighter, Maj. Gen. Peter Gatdet Yaka has told the BBC that he can’t put down his gun, unless presented with a truthful truce. Gatdet swiftly seized his home town of Bentiu in mid April from the government troops capturing and killing many government soldiers, who hesitated to surrender. Some generals like Carlo Kuol, […]

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South Sudan troops in disputed Abyei threaten peace

The NCP’s new presidential assistant, Ibrahim Ghandour, has made a series of positive remarks towards opposition leaders ST|Nyamilepedia)

By Ian Timberlake, Abdelmoneim Abu Idris Ali AFP March 28, 2014 (Khartoum) – A top aide to Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir says the presence of South Sudanese troops in the disputed border area of Abyei threatens peace less than three years after the two countries split. In an interview with AFP, presidential assistant Ibrahim Ghandour said peace was possible by […]

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South Sudan: Bilateral agreements or marriages of convinience?

Analysis. March 27, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — Apparently, the South Sudanese officials are on despondency and despair campaign to marry off the world’s newest nation for military might. South Sudan became independent in 2011 after over fifty years of civil wars, which claimed over 4 millions lives. Despite the war was physically fought by the Sudanese on the battlefields, many countries, if […]

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Breaking news: South Sudan rebels bomb UPDF tanks, 250 soldiers killed

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UPDF spokesperson Lt. Col. Paddy Ankunda January 17, 2014 [KAMPALA] — Dr. Riek Machar rebels fighting to overthrow the government of Salva Kiir in Juba have bombed three tanks of Uganda’s army UPDF and in the process killed over 250 soldiers at Bor and Malakal. The city of Malakal fell in the hands of rebels on Friday and many of […]

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Only Dr. Adwok Tells the Truth!

Professor Peter Adwok Nyaba, the former Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Reseach, and the SPLM's Chairman of Operation(photo: AVU)

It wasn’t a Coup – Salva Kiir shot himself in the foot Written by Dr. Peter Adwok Nyaba, Juba, South Sudan, December 20, 2013(Nyamilepedia) –—-  Sometimes ago I wrote on the SouthSudanNation website and made the conclusion that “the SPLM must be saved from itself lest it plunged the country into the abyss.” The events of the last two weeks […]

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