Monday December 11, 2017

Author: Ali Sadig Farah

UN: 16,000 Children in South Sudan ...

UN: 16,000 Children in South Sudan Forced into Fighting This Year

GENEVA: Up to 16,000 children have been forced to join the fighting in South Sudan since the start of this year, the United Nations children’s agency (UNICEF) said Friday. Despite an peace agreement in August, fighting continues to rage in the two-year civil conflict in the world’s youngest... FULL STORY »

Egyptian Army kills 15 Sudanese Mig...

Egyptian Army kills 15 Sudanese Migrants Near Israeli Border

CAIRO – Egyptian forces on Sunday shot and killed 15 Sudanese migrants who were attempting to illegally cross the border into Israel, Egyptian security sources said. The sources, who wished to remain anonymous, said that the 15 people were among 23 migrants attempting to illegally cross the... FULL STORY »

East Africa: Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda ...

East Africa: Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and South Sudan Readies to Stem Crime vi...

DAILY NATION – Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda and South Sudan have now moved closer to firming a common SIM card registration system as they move to curb rising crimes perpetrated through mobile devices. Regulators and information communication and technology ministers of the four countries met on... FULL STORY »

Tension is Brewing in Northern Barh...

Tension is Brewing in Northern Barh el Ghazal as Gen Salva Kiir Fires State...

AWEIL – South Sudanese President Salva Kiir has fired the caretaker governor of Northern Bahr el Ghazal state a move that brings high tension in N. Barh el Ghazal among the supporters of former governor Paul Malong Awan currently army Chief of Staff and former caretaker governor Kuel Aguer... FULL STORY »

Sudan denied having bombed Maban County, Upper Nile State

KHARTOUM – Sudan’s defence Chief Abdel Rahim Hussein has denied any of his airforces’ wrong doing in the bombing that took place in the South Sudan’s Maban County of... FULL STORY »

Museveni brushes off any chances of Ugandan troops withdrawing from South Sudan

KAMPALA – Ugandan President Yowei Museveni has today brushed off calls by some members of IGAD states and international community to withdraw his troops from South Sudan to give... FULL STORY »

President El Sisi: I will not allow the Grand Renaissance Dam damage Egypt’s relatio...

CAIRO: Newly elected Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi said on Sunday that the grand Renaissance Dam currently in construction by Ethiopia in Benshangul State should not be used as a... FULL STORY »

Thousands Of South Sudanese Begin To Head Home: IOM

KHARTOUM – “The Migration Agency” IOM has released a statement saying that “the first group of ethnic South Sudanese among up to 15,000 camped in crowded conditions... FULL STORY »

President Bashir, Defense Minister danced at the rally, promising...

KHARTOUM – Sudan’s President Omar al-Bashir and Defense Minister Abdelrahim Mohammed Hussein danced on Saturday at the rally for paramilitary troops two days after the International Criminal... FULL STORY »

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