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There had been high tension in Juba since the return of the Dr Riek Machar headed opposition SPLA-IO to the city. This was as part of a peace deal meant to force the two sides to work together. 3,902 more words

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SPLA head of military court resigned; said regime "too deformed to be reformed"

Juba – The head of SPLA military court, Col. LLB Khalid Ono Loki, has resign from the SPLA sayingthe army is ethnicised and too deformed to be reformed. 41 more words

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Update: Heavy fighting continue around Yuai in Uror as both sides claims control

Yuai – As sources indicate, one of the heaviest and fierce battle continue around Yuai of Uror County as both the government and the SPLA-IO claims control of the town. 114 more words

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Epic Community Connect and SPLA

The healthcare community has increased concerns with the way they have deployed (and licensed) their electronic medical record (EMR) software such as Epic Community Connect and others.   477 more words

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SPLA acquired two L-39 Jet Fighter through Uganda supports.

Juba – The SPLA under President Kirr has managed to acquire two modern fighter jet with facilitation from Uganda government.

The two fighter jets are both operated by Russian engineers and Ugandan as they have been seen roving in and around the Country. 174 more words

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#SouthSudan; A failed Transition, Not State.

“To think of South Sudan as a failed state is to overlook the simple fact that the very political foundation for the existence of a state—administrative, technical, and legal infrastructure or a political compact as its foundation and direction—has yet to be forged, either within the elite or between the communities that comprise South Sudan. 3,878 more words

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RISING TENSION IN SOUTH SUDAN

South Sudan is violently burning as ceaseless gunfire rocks the capital city of Juba. On july 7 2016, the Sudan People Liberation Army (SPLA) and its opposition clash in a hostile confrontation resulting in bloody killing of roughly 300 people and 42,000 civilians on the run to wilderness for safety. 297 more words

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