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Keni Adwok, a South Sudan diplomat ...

Keni Adwok, a South Sudan diplomat died in Belgium

Brussels – A South Sudan former diplomat previously working under the umbrella of the foreign affairs Ministry in Brussels died in the Belgian capital yesterday. Keni Adwok, a daughter to the veteran South Sudanese politician and former Minister of Education Professor Peter Adwok Nyaba died... FULL STORY »

Parliament still can’t sit due to l...

Parliament still can’t sit due to lack of fuel to generators

JUBA – South Sudan’s Parliament is still in lock down for three weeks due to shortage of fuel that provide services to its generators. The parliamentary generators were closed 4 weeks ago due to shortage of fuel in the country which the oil ministry assured to rectify but to no bail. “we are... FULL STORY »

Nhial Deng Nhial “privately acting”...

Nhial Deng Nhial “privately acting” as the foreign Minister of South Sudan ...

JUBA – South Sudan government’s former Minister of foreign affairs and chief negotiator of the government, Mr Nhial Deng Nhial is privately acting as the Foreign Minister of South Sudan, according to reports by a foreign ministry official in Juba. Nhial according to the departmental official... FULL STORY »

President Kiir sent an SPLA battali...

President Kiir sent an SPLA battalion to ‘help Museveni win election’ – Rep...

JUBA – A daring report from the National Security detailed that about 1400 heavily armed SPLA personnels were sent to Uganda on Tuesday to fulfil a request made by H.E Gen Yoweri Museveni to provide security in some hot spots of Kampala (and all other sensitive areas of Uganda) during elections... FULL STORY »

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Opposition deputy army spokesman accuses Juba faction of trying to attack his group in Jon...

PAGAK – South Sudan rebels’ deputy military spokesman Mr Dickson Gatluak Jock Nyuot has accused the Juba faction of trying to amass troops to attack Pajut of Jonglei in a latest... FULL STORY »

South Sudan Troops Under Gen. Salva Kiir Accused of Stealing Relief Food

JUBA – Soldiers believed to be with the South Sudanese army and allied militia stole relief supplies and killed seven people in an attack on a rebel-held part of Unity state, a local... FULL STORY »

WHO: S. Sudan cholera outbreak spreads, deaths rise to 39

AFP – Cholera in war-torn South Sudan has spread to another state, with at least 39 dead since an outbreak was declared last month, the World Heath Organization (WHO) reported. Save... FULL STORY »

Gen Malong jetted into Uganda, “asks Museveni for more air power support” R...

KAMPALA – SPLA -Juba’s chief of staff, Gen Paul Malong Awan rushed to Uganda on Friday to meet with President Yoweri Museveni on the backdrop of the escalating situation in the... FULL STORY »

Kenyatta remains composed despite unsuccessful meeting between Ki...

NAIROBI – Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta remains defiant about his effort to reunify the fractured SPLM party and bring about peaceful settlement to the conflict in South Sudan, despite... FULL STORY »

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