BREAKING: Full Scale Offensives Resume In Multiple Locations in South Sudan’s Three Main Regions

A government gunship heading to Jonglei state to fight white army in December 2013.

Jan 28, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– Using gunships helicopters and heavy artilleries, South Sudan government forces have resumed full scales offensives in many parts of Upper Nile region that were relatively calm during the last rainy season. Heavy fighting that could be heard from Malakal are intensifying towards Dolleb Hills, Tukernyang, Obel and Lelo in West Bank. According to local residents in […]

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Declaration: SPLA-IO Generals Call For A TGoNU Without Mr. Machar and Mr. Kiir!

Maj. Gen. Peter Gatdet Yaka speaks in Pagak Conference (Photo: Nyamilepedia)

August 11, 2015(Nyamilepedia) —- The recently relieved major generals of SPLA in Opposition, Maj.Gen Peter Gatdet Yak and Maj. Gen. Gathoth Gatkuoth have made their full declaration in Khartoum, Sudan, this afternoon, August 11th, 2015. The generals are calling for re-invigoration of IGAD-PLUS peace talks to exclude the two warring principles Dr. Riek Machar Teny and Mr. Salva Kiir Mayardit. […]

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South Sudan Government Prepares to Launch New Attacks In Greater Upper Nile

South Sudan's army, or the SPLA, soldiers load a Soviet-made T-72 tank into a truck in Halop, Unity state, April 24, 2012. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (SOUTH SUDAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST MILITARY)

August 05, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — According to military intelligence of SPLA[IO], Juba is preparing to launch fresh attacks in the three states of Greater Upper Nile. According to a report seen by Nyamilepedia editorial team, the government is delivering heavy weapons to their contingents in areas near Phom el Zeraf and Payinjiar county in Jonglei and Unity States. To the SPLM/SPLA[IO], […]

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Insecurity Spreading Across South Sudan as Salva Kiir’s Government Loses Grip on Security

Victims of the weekend attack by unknown gunmen on Juba-Kajo Keji road. (Juba Hospital, 19 July 2015)

July 19, 2005(Nymilepedia) – The security situation in South Sudan continues to spiral out of control as Salva Kiir’s government struggles to maintain law and order. This weekend unidentified gunmen opened fire on a Land Cruiser that was in a convoy of vehicles on Juba-Kajo Keji road killing 5 and living more than 8 others critically injured. The 8 were rushed to […]

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South Sudan Army has lost direction: Governor Bakosoro

Members of South Sudan Police Service sleeping during the 4th independent anniversary in Juba, South Sudan(Photo: file)

July 17, 2015(Nyamilepedia) – Joseph Bakosoro who is governor of Western Equatoria state has blasted the South Sudan Army of being unprofessional and “losing direction”, in the first open criticism of the army by a senior government official. Bakosoro accused the army which is dominated by supporters of Salva Kiir from Bahr El Ghazal region of being part of the […]

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How Do We Qualify The Stance of IGAD, AU, UN, TROIKA and UNSC on the Nuer genocide?

Two masses graves found by the Human rights group to contain the bodies of the Nuer Ethnic massacred in the capital city by the presidential guards (photo: file)

By John Juan Dong, July 5, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — No doubt the 15th December 2013 of Juba the capital city massacre on specific tribe was a total government disaster that rebelled in greed against strong rich tribe, the Nuer just because of wealth that it administered from A to Z as tribalism is concerned. Governments are being rebelled, now a government […]

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The Nuer Supreme Council Calls on President Barack Obama not to allow President Kiir Mayardit to set foot on American Soil

The Nuer Supreme Council President Barrack Obama The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington D. C. 20500 Dear Mr. President:   July 24, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — While we are appreciative of your efforts to bringing a lasting peace to South Sudan in the midst of man-made crisis, which caused thousands of civilians dead and millions displaced, we are writing to […]

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