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From: "Insight on Conflict"
Date: 7 Aug 2017 23:28
Subject: New blog from Insight on Conflict: The peacebuilding potential of
folk culture in Bangladesh
G. M. Shoeb Ahmed discusses the
Gov't not telling the truth about Malong's house arrest in Juba: wife
File photo: General Paul Malong Awan
Lucy Ayak, the wife of former army chief Gen. Paul Malong has criticized
the South Sudanese government for saying her husband was not placed under
house arrest in the capital Juba.
Maiwut governor says preparing to go to Pagak as rebels driven from
The governor of South Sudan’s Maiwut state said this evening that he was
preparing to go to Pagak as they finally drove rebels from their last
stronghold after heavy fighting yesterday.
“I am preparing now to go to
Lawyer criticizes selection process of EALA members
Hellen Achayo | August 7, 2017 | 8:43 amInterior of the National
The selection process of the members of the East African Legislative
Assembly is wrong, a South Sudanese lawyer has said.
On Thursday, the Transitional
S. Sudanese official links ending war to restoring economy
August 6, 2017 (JUBA) - A member of the Jieng (Dinka) Council of
Elders (JCE) has called for an end to the ongoing conflict
The SPLM govt. is a monopolist govt. but without control
Aug. 06 More Views, Uncategorized no comments
By: Daniel Juol Nhomngek, Kampala, Uganda. AUG/07/2017, SSN;
While it doesn’t help to blame people when there’s a problem, the best
thing to do is to fix the problem first and then to blame
National Dialogue and SPLM Reunification are not the immediate
solutions to the current South Sudan conflict.
August 6, 2017 Nyamilepedia Leave a comment
By Lt. General Wesley Welebe Samson,
President Salva Kiir and Dr. Riek Machar giving speeches after the
bodyguards fought and killed
Hunger claims 18 lives in Wau state: official
At least 18 people have died of hunger in Besselia County in South Sudan’s
Wau State from July until August, a local official said.
Besselia County Commissioner Francis Ibrahim told Radio Tamazuj yesterday
that his county has been experiencing
South Sudan claims capture of rebel stronghold town
Sudan Peoples Liberation Army (SPLA) soldiers singing pro-war song
(AFP file photo)
August 6, 2017 (JUBA) - South Sudanese
Keeping it real about South Sudan: Jieng ‘Luak’ Supremacy
Jul. 27 National, Uncategorized 2 comments
By: Justin Ambago Ramba, JUL/27/2017, SSN;
For all practical purposes, the issues of war and Peace in South Sudan
only came to take a foreign policy priority position when the USA
How the young and restless could change Kenya’s political future
By Peter Dörrie
August 4, 2017
The headlines after 8 August will be about Kenyatta vs. Odinga. But
the real contest for Kenya’s future is being waged at a more intimate
and local level.
MCA candidate Samantha Maina on the
Deaths, defections and deceit: How Kenya’s fake news spreads
By Allan Kamau
August 2, 2017
Sometimes entire news websites are created with just a few false
stories inserted between real content copied from mainstream outlets.
An example of the fake news that has become pervasive ahead
Government and opposition troops clash in Unity state
Government and opposition forces on Thursday clashed in Rubkona area in
South Sudan’s Unity state, leading to several deaths and injuries.
Northern Liech state security advisor Gordon Malou told Radio Tamazuj that
two civilians and one
12 people living with HIV/AIDS die in Wau
At least 12 people living with HIV/AIDS have died in South Sudan’s Wau
state from May until July, a local official has said.
Karmela Arkangelo, Head of the Sabreen Association of People Living with
HIV/AIDS in Wau, told Radio Tamazuj on Friday that many
S Sudan schools to participate in FEASSA Games
Elsheikh Ajeing | August 7, 2017 | 2:53 pmFEASSSA games in Dar es Salaam,
Tanzania, August 2014 | Photo | Elsheikh Chol
The Federation of East African Secondary School Sport Association (FEASSSA)
has released the fixtures of 16th edition of FEASSA
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Date: 7 Aug 2017 14:43
Subject: Kenya Decides: Revolutionaries, Dynasties and Dreams
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Breaking: Rebel stronghold falls to government troops
File photo: Rebel fighters hold up their rifles as they walk in front of a
bushfire in a rebel-controlled territory in Upper Nile State in 2014.
South Sudanese government troops have entered the area of Pagak as rebels
Caught in South Sudan’s War: Dinka Juba govt abuses in Equatoria
Aug. 03 Featured, Uncategorized 1 comment
BY: Audrey Wabwire, EastAfrica Press Officer, Human Rights Watch,
One hot Tuesday afternoon last January, about 10 South Sudanese
government soldiers came to
Over 50 Killed And 70 Wounded In Gok State
Over 50 people have been confirmed dead and more than 70 others
wounded following intra-communal revenge attacks on Saturday against
the Ayiel section in Cueibet County by armed youth from Waat, Kongor
07 August 2017
By Mabor Riak Magok
How Kenya’s votes will be counted, and why transparency is so crucial
By Aly Verjee
August 4, 2017
Errors are commonplace in vote counts. What matters is how politicians
and election officials respond.
With tensions high in Kenya, a transparent vote count will be key to
South Sudan president says peace only option to end war
August 6, 2017 (JUBA) - South Sudan president Salva Kiir said Sunday
that there was no other way of ending the ongoing conflict
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