There Is Peace In Juba, President  Uhuru Kenyatta Confirms

There Is Peace In Juba, President Uhuru Kenyatta Confirms

By Chuy Anyar   The Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday arrived in Juba with calls on the Transitional unity government to accelerate peace implementation as the only way to ensure stability and prosperity of the war-torn young natio... Read more

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Malaria, Waterborne Diseases Hit Tonj State

By Garang Abraham Malak   Flooding and malaria including other water born... Read more

Nationality, Passport Branch To Open In Terekeka

By Garang Abraham Malak   The newly appointed director, of Nationality, p... Read more

Bor’s Traffic Order Bars Boda Boda From Overloading

By Manas James Okony   The traffic police authorities in Jonglei State’s ... Read more

Japan Stresses Safety Assurance For Nationals A Basis For Future Projects

By Roger Alfred Yoron   Japan’s Foreign Minister has stressed that safety... Read more

Nuba Mountain Refugees Get Farming Land From Ruweng State

By Garang Abraham Malak   Ruweng governor Mayuol Kur Akuei has said the l... Read more

Cleric Accuses International Community Of Fueling Conflict

By Daniel Laat M’ Kon   A Catholic Priest in the Catholic Diocese of Rumb... Read more

Gok State To Establish Special Court

By Achol Achien Kiir   The Minister of Information for Newly created Gok ... Read more

South Sudanese Contests For Parliamentary Seat In Australia

By Majak Kuany   South Sudanese-Australian citizen, who resides in Wyndha... Read more

Customs Officers Intimidated, Harassed By Other Organized Forces, Says Official

By Aleer David   The Deputy Director of South Sudan Custom Services, Lt. ... Read more

Cabinet Fails To Respond To UN Approval Of Regional Forces

By Majak Kuany   The Cabinet Ministers on Sunday’s extra-ordinary meeting... Read more

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South Sudan News

SPLA To Execute 60 Soldiers Accused Of War Crimes If Found Guilty

SPLA To Execute 60 Soldiers Accused Of War Crimes If Found Guilty

By Garang Abraham Malak   The number of the Sudan people’s liberation Army (SPLA) accused of war crimes that include rape, murder, looting and random shooting has risen from 19 to 60, SPLA spokesperson has said. Speaking to The Nation M... Read more

Hunger Grips Thousands Of New South Sudan Refugees In Uganda

Hunger Grips Thousands Of New  South Sudan Refugees In Uganda

VOA When the refugees arrive at this camp near the border with South Sudan, the beans provided by the United Nations are their only source of protein. There is no milk, not even for the toddlers with distended bellies who tightly hold onto the... Read more

SPLA Denies Blocking Civilians From Taking Food To The Villages

By Aleer P David   The SPLA has denied reports that it has been restricting civilians in Lainya County from taking food to the people who fled to the villages due to insecurity in the town. The unrest that ensued after the departure of form... Read more

Africa News

South Africa Committee Recommends Ex-Diplomat To Head Graft Watchdog

South Africa Committee Recommends Ex-Diplomat To Head Graft Watchdog

Reuters   A South African parliament committee on Tuesday adopted a report recommending lawyer Busisiwe Mkhwebane to replace outgoing Thuli Madonsela as Public Protector, a powerful watchdog position that has subjected President Jacob Zuma... Read more

Zimbabwe Rights Body Criticizes ‘Violent’ Police Crackdown

Zimbabwe Rights Body Criticizes ‘Violent’  Police Crackdown

Reuters   Zimbabwe’s Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) has accused the police of brutality and violating the rights of protesters when clamping down on anti-government demonstrations in the last two months. Political tension is rising in t... Read more

Gabon Leader And Top Rival Both Claim Presidential Victory, Allege Fraud

Gabon Leader And Top Rival Both Claim  Presidential Victory, Allege Fraud

Reuters   Supporters of Gabon’s President Ali Bongo and his chief rival both said on Sunday they were set to win a presidential election that poses the most serious challenge yet to the Bongo family’s half-century rule in the tiny, oil-ric... Read more

Nigeria Would Let Boko Haram Pick NGO Intermediary In Talks To Free Chibok Girls

Nigeria Would Let Boko Haram Pick NGO Intermediary  In Talks To Free Chibok Girls

Reuters   Nigeria would let Boko Haram choose a non-profit organization as an intermediary in any talks on the release of about 200 schoolgirls kidnapped from the northeastern village of Chibok in 2014, President Muhammadu Buhari said on S... Read more

International News

EU Demands Apple Pay Ireland Up To 13 Billion Euros In Tax

EU Demands Apple Pay Ireland Up  To 13 Billion Euros In Tax

Reuters   EU antitrust regulators ordered Apple (AAPL.O) on Tuesday to pay up to 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) in taxes plus interest to the Irish government after ruling that a special scheme to route profits through Ireland was illega... Read more

UN Under Pressure To Set Up Inquiry Into Syria Aid Programme

UN Under Pressure To Set Up Inquiry  Into Syria Aid Programme

The Guardian   The United Nations is under increasing pressure to set up an independent inquiry into its Syria aid programme after a Guardian investigation found contracts worth tens of millions of dollars have been awarded to people close... Read more

Female Tourists Should Not Wear Skirts In India, Says Tourism Minister

Female Tourists Should Not Wear Skirts  In India, Says Tourism Minister

The Guardian   India’s tourism minister has said foreign women should not wear skirts or walk alone at night in the country’s small towns and cities “for their own safety”. Discussing tourist security in the north Indian city of Agra, s... Read more

Iran Deploys Russian-Made S-300 Missiles At Its Fordow Nuclear Site: Tv

Iran Deploys Russian-Made S-300 Missiles At Its Fordow Nuclear Site: Tv

Reuters   Iran has deployed the Russian-supplied S-300 surface-to-air missile defence system around its Fordow underground uranium enrichment facility, Iranian state media reported on Monday. Iranian state TV on Sunday aired footage of ... Read more

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