Igad says ‘no’ to Uganda’s mediation in Sudan

By HALIMA ABDALLAH Special Correspondent al Bashir, Sudanese president. February 15, 2014[Khartoum] — The Intergovernmental Authority on Development (Igad) is set to lead the mediation in the conflict between the  Sudanese government and the rebel group SLM. Khartoum had spurned an earlier offer by Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni to act as mediator between the rebel groups fighting in Darfur and the […]

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Juba government’s spend millions of US dollars on foreign Ugandan army,UPDF!

Kenya Commercial Bank destroyed in Bor, South Sudan February 14, 2014 (JUBA) – The South Sudanese defence minister Kuol Manyang Juuk, has admitted that his government is paying the Ugandan army for their military operations against the rebels led by the ex-vice president, Riek Machar, in order to protect the country’s leadership from collapse. Speaking during Eye Radio’s ‘Sundown Show’ […]

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Uganda troops will pull out of South Sudan to avoid regional conflict!

February 13, 2014 [Kampala] — Uganda says it will consider a gradual pull out of troops from South Sudan after the United States, Norway and Ethiopia publicly requested the East African country withdraw its soldiers. The permanent secretary in Uganda’s Foreign ministry, James Mugume said Uganda is considering a progressive pull out from South Sudan to let the Inter-Governmental Authority […]

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NEWS ANALYSIS: China’s role in South Sudan marks change in policy

by Michael Martina     Workers for the China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Corp (CPECC) construct new oil facilities in Sudan. China has already gained a strong foothold in many African markets, said a UN report. Photograph: Trevor Snapp/Bloomberg/Getty Images February 13, 2014[BEIJING] — CHINA’s efforts to help resolve a conflict in South Sudan mark a “new chapter” in Beijing’s foreign […]

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Ugandans will incure the cost of military intervention in S. Sudan, reads the ghost agreement!

The Ugandan taxpayer will pick the medical bill for all wounded soldiers in South Sudan, Chimp Corps report. Bodies of Ugandan soldiers killed alongside government troops in South Sudan being transported back home. Photo|past file February 13, 2014 [KAMPALA] — According to the status of Forces agreement signed between the two countries indicates that the visiting force will be “responsible […]

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South Sudan Opposition Backs Formation of Interim Administration

 Dr. Marial Benjamin and Salva Kiir Mayardiit. February 12, 2014 [Juba] — Several leading opposition political parties in South Sudan have spoken out openly in support for the formation of an inclusive interim administration as the security situation in the country continues to deteriorate for the worst. Onyoti Adigo, leader of a minority group in South Sudan’s national legislative assembly, […]

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Released Detainees In Ethiopia for Peace Talks

      Uhuru Kenyatta and Rebecca Nyandeng met the detainees before they left Kenya for Ethiopia, 12 Feb, 2014. Photo-TJ February 12, 2014 [NAIROBI] — Seven former political detainees from South Sudan arrived in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa on Wednesday to join talks aimed at resolving the crisis in the world’s newest nation, a spokesman for anti-government negotiators […]

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UN Condemned the use of cluster bombs in South Sudan

The UN Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon, has warned South Sudan warring parties against using deadly cluster bombs that extend harm to unsuspecting civilians. Cluster Bombs, HRW Via YouTube. February 12, 2014 [United Nations (United States) ]— UN leader Ban Ki-moon condemned Wednesday what he said was the use of cluster bombs in the war in South Sudan. Remnants of this kind of […]

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South Sudan Peace Talks Resume Despite Threatened Boycot

Marthe van der Wolf Taban Deng Gai, chief negotiator from South Sudan’s opposition, center, shakes hands with an unidentified western observer in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Jan. 4, 2014. February 11, 2014 [VOA] — The second phase of peace talks between South Sudan’s fighting factions officially opened Tuesday in Ethiopia’s capital. Despite earlier threats to boycott the proceedings, the rebels have […]

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SHEDDING CROCODILE TEARS WHILE SOUTH SUDAN BLEEDINGS

 PEACE TALKS IN ADDIS ABABA BY. HON. DANIEL WUOR JOAK Former Vice President, Dr. Riek Machar(left) and Pres. Salva Kiir(right). Photo: Redpepper! February 11, 2014 [Nyamilepedia] –The second round of peace talks between the SPLM Resistance Movement and the government of South Sudan which is supposed to commence today on 10th February 2014, in the Ethiopian capital Addis Ababa has […]

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