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13 SPLA-IO senior officers completed two days workshop on human right issues with UN

Press statement:

Addis Ababa – SPLA-IO Senior staff completed two days workshop with technical support from the United Nations through the Office of the Special Representative of the Secretary General on Sexual Violence in Conflict and United Nations Integrated Mission in South Sudan. 401 more words

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Breaking: Goverment on offensive with "Chemical weapons" in Western Equatoria

Yambio – Heavy fighting has been reported between Government forces and SPLM – IO  in Lanyi payam in Mundri East County this morning, 31st January 2016. 597 more words

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South Sudan: 13 dead in Wau in recent weeks amid 'crime' wave

Source: Radio Tamazuj

Wau state governor Elias Waya says 13 people have been killed over the last two weeks amid a rise in crime due to deteriorating living conditions and the presence of armed pastoralists from other states. 136 more words

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South Sudan: Sunday calm in Yambio after days of clashes

Source: Radio Tamazuj

Calm has returned to Yambio county in South Sudan’s Western Equatoria after days of clashes left many people dead and displaced thousands from their homes. 284 more words

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South Sudan: Rebels' Pagak meeting rejects 28 states

Source: Radio Tamazuj

South Sudan’s main rebel group SPLM-IO announced yesterday that its leadership meeting held at Pagak resulted in a decision to insist on keeping ten states in the country for the time being. 280 more words

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South Sudan: Church leader says 7 dead in Wonduruba killings

Source: Radio Tamazuj

A bishop who is leading a peace and reconciliation commitee for Wonduruba in South Sudan’s Central Equatoria state said seven people were killed by SPLA soldiers there last week. 129 more words

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Fresh fighting erupts in S. Sudan’s Western Equatoria state

Source: Sudan Tribune

At least five people are feared dead after fresh fighting erupted in Yambio, the capital of South Sudan’s former state of Western Equatoria Thursday, officials said. 167 more words

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