Malakal – The United Nation Mission In South Sudan (UNMISS) has begin airlifting the troops from SPLA in Opposition who are going to Juba as part of implementing the peace agreement signed last year by the two parties to end the bloodiest brotherly conflict in South Sudan. 128 more words
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Opinion – Am writing this article in response to routine report from South Sudan peace monitor CTSAMM,JMEC & IGAD who always pointed the blames of ceasefire violation on both parties,this is something that is not fair and it does not make any sense if they would always be saying that both warring parties violated the ceasefire,this is completely different from what we expect them to do. 385 more words
By Hon. Kech Nguth Tiem.
Mandeng – Yesterday on 8 March,number of forces loyal to juba regime under salva Kir administration escaped their barrack and surrendered themselves to SPLA IO position in Nyatot. 373 more words
Malakal – The fighting which started yesterday, 17 Feb, 2015 has yet escalated further this afternoon resulting to almost the whole PoC set ablaze.
In the afternoon of Feb 17, according to reports obtained by Wangdunkon Media in Malakal, the fighting started at night as a result of a Dinka ethnic man who was caught caring bullets and was confronted by Shilluk youths denying him access to the PoC; he was ten beaten and the bullets were taken. 375 more words
Jigmirr – Yesterday, the night of January 28, 2016, at precisely 12:35pm, armed men dressed in a uniform likened to that of South Sudan National Security uniform, after tactically positioning themselves on all corners of the village, indiscriminately opened up their machineguns storming their live bullets on the sleeping dwellers of Makak Payam of Kewer County of Sobat State. 618 more words
Pagak – The Chief Negotiator who is also the leader of the SPLM/A in Opposition’s Advance Team who are in Juba for peace implementation, Gen. Taban Deng Gai, has returned to the Opposition’s general headquarters in Pagak for colsultation with the Opposition’s leaderships as President Kirr drawn red-line over his the controversial 28 states and othet outstanding issues pertaining to the formation of the TGoNU. 130 more words
Juba – The Chairperson of Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission, Festus Mogae, plans to visit Malakal, the capital of Upper Nile State on Wednesday 13 Jan, 2015 and will spent a night before proceeding to Bentiu, the capital of Unity State the following day. 80 more words