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  • Jonglei dispatches forces to disputed fishing island December 6, 2019
    Jonglei State government has reportedly sent forces to the disputed island of Chuei-akuet to quell the situation following communal clashes there. On Thursday, the deputy governor of Eastern Lakes State told Eye Radio that 86 people had gone missing after the fishing island was attacked on Wednesday. Chuei-akuet Fishing Island is being claimed by both […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • TB Joshua’s ‘son’ involved in Juba land dispute December 6, 2019
    Some residents of Gudele’s Block 4 have expressed concerns over attempts by a church to displace them from pieces of land on which they have already settled. Early this week, local leaders from the area said they were notified by Stone International Church that they plan on expanding the land that the church currently occupies. […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Gov’t opens ‘world class’ animal disease diagnostic lab December 6, 2019
    The government has inaugurated the first animal disease central diagnostic laboratory that will identify common tropical diseases affecting livestock in South Sudan. According to reports, South Sudan ranks 7th in livestock farming in Africa. But for the past years, the country has been relying on neighboring countries such as Uganda and Kenya to test and […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • NSS sets up tribunal to try its own bad soldiers December 6, 2019
    The Sudan National Security yesterday launched a tribunal for holding accountable its members involved in criminal activities. The National Security Service Act stipulates the powers and functions of the national security service to protect national interests – monitor, investigate and conduct search of suspects and places related to crimes or offenses against the State. Over […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • EAC states soon to be forced to intervene in flooding situations December 6, 2019
    The East African Legislative Assembly has enacted a bill that once passed into law will obligate member states to respond to the impact of climate change in the region. Rain-triggered disasters, including flash floods and landslides, have killed at least 250 people and affected some three million people across East Africa in recent weeks, with […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Trump’s impeachment to go ahead December 5, 2019
    The US House of Representatives Speaker, Nancy Pelosi, has said the chamber will file impeachment charges against President Donald Trump. “Today I am asking our chairmen to proceed with articles of impeachment,” she said a day after the House Judiciary Committee began considering potential charges against the Republican president. On Wednesday, three U.S. constitutional scholars […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • W. Lakes violence: ICRC airlifts the injured to Juba December 5, 2019
    The International Committee of the Red Cross says it has evacuated nearly 30 victims of the communal violence in Western Lakes State to Juba. The clashes erupted between both sides last Wednesday when the Manuer section accused Gak of killing a businessman from their side. Sixty-seven people have been killed and nearly 100 wounded in […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Evidence of The Sentry corruption expose is weak – Kiir’s office December 5, 2019
    The Office of the President has issued its counter-report against The Sentry expose on corruption tied to the first family in South Sudan. In September, the U.S-based advocacy group published a report called The Taking of the South Sudan, which accused regional and international companies of profiting from the South Sudan conflict. It revealed that […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • Amadi rape suspect takes own life December 5, 2019
    A young man has reportedly taken his own life after defiling and killing a 9-year-old girl in Amadi state on Wednesday. The deputy state governor said the incident occurred at Beti cattle camp, about 14 kilometers east of Mundri town. The 25-year-old man was identified as Samuel Lew Paulino. “After raping the girl, he killed […]
    Ayuen Panchol
  • No grudges against those behind my fall – Buay December 5, 2019
    The former military general who was recently demoted and discharged from the army says he holds no grudges against those he perceives to have had a hand in his fall. Stephen Buay was recently stripped of his ranks of a Major General, demoted to a private and finally “disgracefully” discharged in a ceremony held at […]
    Ayuen Panchol

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