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Men will cease to commit atrocities only when they cease to believe in absurdities Voltaire...The coming year 2014 seems to be looking tougher more the year 2010 when people of Southern Sudan were faced with some critical paradoxical predicaments.
The ethnic community known as Murle is a majority pastoral people who originated from the Nilo-Hamitic group of Africa. They have two major clans: the Lothela lowland Pibor people divided into three payms; Pibor, Likuanglei, and Gumuru; and Buma
Sudan's opposition National Umma Party (NUP) led by Al-Sadiq Al-Mahdi and Popular Congress Party (PCP) led by Hassan Al-Turabi have exchanged accusations holding each other responsible for the secession of Southern Sudan and the continuation of the
South Sudan's former vice-president, Riek Machar Teny, said the late Daniel Jumi Tongun, who died last week on 11 October, deserved a special honor as a freedom fighter and the oldest veteran politician who saw the birth of the nation on 9 July 2011.
May 18, 2004 (dpa) The Ugandan army has rained shells over a group of Lord's Resistence Army LRA insurgents in a remote location in southern Sudan killing 54 rebels, a spokesman said Monday. The rebels had looted food from Sudanese villagers and were
according to an NGO organising peace initiatives in the region. "In February and March everything escalated... There is a general feeling that people have to settle scores before a peace deal," said Keer Bol Weet, a community development officer with
July 13 (AFP) The failure of the latest negotiations in Kenya to produce a draft peace deal between the Sudanese government and the southern rebels is a "setback," a senior official was quoted as saying Sunday. The official, Presidential Peace
During the 50th anniversary of the African Union, Dr Garang was among the few leaders honoured as those who championed the Pan-Africanism. His vision of New Sudan is well rooted in his conviction of Pan-Africansim as a way to transform and forge
July 19, 2013 In the late 1970s, the novelist and travel writer Edward Hoagland spent several months in Sudan, which was then Africa's largest country and one of its most fragile. There he observed the deepening divide between the Arab north and the
We have close to 1000 positions at different sites that we need to fill over the next one year,' said Tony Sugden, CEO Warrior Security (South Sudan)...The security company currently employs 2100 guards and projects that there will be up to 4000