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  • Five children abducted in Bieh State January 28, 2020
    Five children have reportedly been abducted by suspected cattle raiders in Muotdiit County of Bieh State. According to the area county commissioner , a group of armed criminals from the neighboring community attacked a cattle camp in Muotdiit County on Saturday and went away with 2,800 heads of cattle. He said among the five abducted […]
    Jale Richard
  • Machar to come back for last try to break stalemate January 27, 2020
    The main opposition group, SPLM-IO, says its leader will return to Juba next week for a final attempt at breaking the deadlock over the number of states. Dr. Riek Machar left Juba for Khartoum on Sunday after spending two weeks of fruitless negotiations with President Salva Kiir in Juba. The two principals were expected to […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Special court to try Tonj conflict instigators January 27, 2020
    A special court has been established in Kuajok town to try those accused of killings and participating in communal violence. 17 people suspected of causing recent clashes in Tonj will be tried by the court presided over by a local magistrate, Malou Madit Chan Malou – assisted by local chiefs within the area, according to […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Sudanese Juba peace talks pushed to 4 Feb January 27, 2020
    Mediators of Sudanese Peace Talks in Juba have adjourned the talks to to 4 February to allow for more consultations. This comes immediately after the Sudanese government and the “Northern Track” signed a final agreement in Juba, on Sunday. The Sudanese transitional government and the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement-North group headed by Malik Agar signed […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Juba wants UN, AU to probe Abyei deadly attack January 27, 2020
    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has called for an independent investigation into last week’s attack in Abyei where over 30 people were killed. An attack on Wednesday by Misseriya armed men on Kolom village, north of Abyei town initially left 29 people including children dead. The number later increased to 32. The […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Dr. Machar’s 2-week mission ends, unsuccessfully January 27, 2020
    Opposition Leader Dr. Riek Machar has returned to Khartoum without an agreement with President Salva Kiir on pending issues of the peace deal. Dr Machar spent two weeks in Juba, holding meetings with President Kiir and other stakeholders in an attempt to reach a deal on the contentious issues. They include the number of states […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • 10 people killed in latest Tonj violence January 27, 2020
    Ten people have reportedly been killed in the latest communal violence in Tonj State. The fighting started on Friday evening between communities of Thony, Muok, Jewiir and Yar of Wan-alel and Manyangok counties. An Eye Radio reporter in Wau said the attacks were triggered by killing of one person by last week. “The deputy governor […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Kobe Bryant killed in helicopter crash at 41 January 26, 2020
    Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant died in a helicopter crash in California on Sunday, according to two people with knowledge of the situation. Mr. Bryant, a five-time NBA champion and a two-time Olympic gold medalist, was 41. The smooth shooting guard, who patterned his game after Michael Jordan, entered the NBA straight out of […]
    Jale Richard
  • Wau removes illegal checkpoints January 26, 2020
    Authorities in Wau State have started removing illegal checkpoints along roads leading to the state on orders of the state governor Angelo Taban Biajo. The move is a follow-up to President Salva Kiir’s order in 2018 prohibiting illegal checkpoints, which largely remained unimplemented in many parts of the country. Humanitarian workers and traders have often complained […]
    Jale Richard
  • SPLM-North inks initial deal with Sudanese government January 25, 2020
    The SPLM-North faction under the leadership of General Malik Agar has signed a framework agreement with Sudan’s ruling Sovereign Council in Juba on Friday. The framework agreement includes security arrangements, power sharing and provision of humanitarian relief to the war affected populations. The ongoing peace talks in Juba are expected to end before mid-February with the […]
    Jale Richard

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