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The international rescue committee ...

The international rescue committee for Red Cross or ICRC to take over prima...

MAIWUT – The acting county health  director(CHD) Mr. Buay Girwath Dojiok tell this newspaper yesterday on the phone  that the county health department signs a memorandum of understanding with the international of red cross to take over the primary health care in all the county health... FULL STORY »

Upper Nile: UN official visit IDPs ...

Upper Nile: UN official visit IDPs sheltered at UN protection sites in Mala...

MALAKAL – Moustapha Soumaré (The United Nations Deputy Special Representative for South Sudan) visited UNMISS in Malakal today. Soumaré met with local officials and community leaders of more than 26,000 internally displaced people (IDPs) who are being sheltered by the UN Mission in South Sudan... FULL STORY »

Skirmishes between rival Juba facti...

Skirmishes between rival Juba factions in Malakal forced 4,600 to UNMISS &#...

Upper Nile – UN peacekeepers and civilians protectorates in Malakal have disclosed that more than 4,600 IDPs have arrived at UNMISS to seek protection in the last 48 hours with more anticipated to arrive later. The new arrivals were displaced by recent fighting between the forces loyal to... FULL STORY »

Juba will Fall Soon as Economy is H...

Juba will Fall Soon as Economy is Hurt Pretty Badly

JUBA – “The forex” is finished, said Carlo Lokudu, and native of Central Equatoria. I have been looking for dollars, but they are nowhere to be found. One of the issues now is the current sanction that starts to hurt the economy, making the pounds worthless. If you were to go to Juba... FULL STORY »

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Ugandan traders losing businesses in South Sudan

JUBA – The ongoing civil war has taken a huge toll on foreign businesses. Many traders who had been doing booming businesses in South Sudan are now regretting the current political... FULL STORY »

Bill passed but Kenya still in deadlock over controversial ‘anti-terror law’

NAIROBI , Kenya — Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has on Friday signed in a controversial “anti-terror law” that has drawn a criticism from local human rights... FULL STORY »

“The conflict is so cruel that nobody has even indicated whether they hold prisoners...

ADDIS ABABA – The IGAD chief mediator, General Seyoum Mesfin has expressed sadness and worry over the continuation of the South Sudan conflict saying the retribution and destruction... FULL STORY »

IGAD mediators recall warring parties back to negotiation table

ADDIS ABABA – The mediators of the IGAD led peace talks in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa have called back negotiators of the warring factions of the South Sudan conflict to come... FULL STORY »

SPLM conference in Pagak kicks off on high note

JUBA – The highly anticipated opposition conference taking place in the South Sudan border town of Pagak kicked off in a blistering fashion as delegates from all the rebels held areas convened... FULL STORY »

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