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J. NGUEN NYOL: A Professional Liar ...

J. NGUEN NYOL: A Professional Liar With International Audiences – A R...

CALGARY – Eric Reeves is a Senior Fellow at Harvard University’s Francois-Xavier Bagnoud Centre for Health and Human Rights and a professor of English Language and Literature at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts. Surprisingly, he has built his credentials as an advocate, analyse,... FULL STORY »

J. NGUEN NYOL: South Sudanese Commu...

J. NGUEN NYOL: South Sudanese Communities expects Dr. Riek Machar to Delive...

CANADA – Since Dr. Riek Machar returned to Juba, South Sudan early this year after signing a peace accord with rival Pres. Salva Kiir in August 2015, various South Sudanese communities have been visiting Machar at his makeshift residence outside Juba centre. One can tells that people are... FULL STORY »

JWOTHAB OTHOW: Shilluk and its Dink...

JWOTHAB OTHOW: Shilluk and its Dinka Neighbors

Sudan Tribune website published on 15 May 2016 an article by Dr Francis Ayul Yuar titled: “Dinka Padang Borders with Shilluk in Upper Nile”. The article was an attempt to establish that the group of Jieng (Dinka) sections who of late called themselves “Dinka Padang” occupied the eastern... FULL STORY »

WHY SOUTH SUDAN IS FAILING ECONOMIC...

WHY SOUTH SUDAN IS FAILING ECONOMICALLY?

JUBA – Basically, South Sudan since the signing of the CPA and its subsequent establishment of GOSS in 2005, and thereafter the declaration of independence in July 2011, had never come out with clear and well-defined economic policy to tackle correctly issues pertaining economic stagnations... FULL STORY »

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PETER G. MANYUON: Future of Nuer in South Sudan Politics Remains Uncertain!

NAIROBI – Politically, Nuer are organized in to what might be called “tribes” which consist of further sub-divisions by lineage. The lineages are a major structural factor for... FULL STORY »

DANIEL P. SULLIVAN: A Roadmap For Peace in South Sudan

JUBA – As the world’s youngest country enters its third year of civil war, there are new hopes for a durable peace. The news out of South Sudan over the past two years has... FULL STORY »

J. NGUEN NYOL: Lost Boys of Sudan are victims of Salva Kiir’s submission to Khartoum train...

CALGARY – The “Lost Boys of Sudan” were young boys and girls who were forced to leave their homes in the late 1980s in Sudan’s bloody Sudan civil war. Some of these boys were... FULL STORY »

GAI JAMES KAI: Stop Clannish Behaviors And Advocate For Peace

UGANDA: A Response to Pal Nguendeng Teny and Stephen Nhial Hoth’s Crisscross Articles. To begin with, these so-called clans/counties associations in Kampala were formed to establish... FULL STORY »

Two Ugandan helicopter gunships again bombarded our Military base...

PRESS STATEMENT This afternoon at 12:00PM, two Ugandan helicopter gunships used by the government of South Sudan continuing aerial bombardment at our bases in Panyikang County, Tonga and Nyijuat... FULL STORY »

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