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The U.N.'s Terrible Dilemma: Who Gets To Eat?

Women carry sacks of food, airdropped by the World Food Programme, this past summer in Jonglei, South Sudan.

The U.N. is facing a terrible dilemma. 788 more words


South Sudanese Ambassador to Russia Telar Deng denied reports claiming he had defected from the government of President Salva Kiir and joined the opposition groups. Recently there were reports circulating in the social media claiming that Ambassador Deng, an old friend of the South Sudanese president discussed ways to remove Kiir with a number of opposition officials in a meeting held in Nairobi at the house of the Rebeca Nyandeng de Mabior, widow of the late SPLM leader John Garang during the first week of January 2018. 42 more words


South Sudan and Catalonia

South Sudan

In July 2011, after 60+years of discord, South Sudan, became a independent state. From 1956 to 2011, the countries now know as North and South Sudan, were one independent country. 653 more words


Dismissing Talk Of Breaking Away Is Futile If Historical Injustices Are Not Addressed

  • The only trigger that Kenya shares with the rest is a historical injustice.
  • We need to develop the capacity to hold leaders to account.
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BGR Provides Emergency Grants to the World Food Program USA

By BGR Staff

 This past week Buddhist Global Relief provided emergency grants totaling $12,000 to the World Food Program USA for three projects–in Yemen, South Sudan, and among the Rohingya refugees from Myanmar living in Bangladesh. 417 more words

Engaged Buddhism

NEW WAR: Characteristics and Why It Is Being Fought in  South Sudan.

By Junior William Deng
The old wars are very minimal these days. I want to say that interstate wars have significantly decreased though few are fought on the basis of ideology particularly by the United States and its cohorts of North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). 821 more words


Pray for Me

If you had told me a couple of years ago I would be going to Uganda to help establish a school in a refugee camp, I would have never believed you.  958 more words

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