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South Sudan peace talks falter as Uganda sends in troops


South Sudan peace talks falter as Uganda sends in troops Sticking point is over political prisoners but real issue is a power struggle in which ethnicity is being exploited to divide country Share76 Associated Press in Addis Ababa theguardian.com, Wednesday 8 January 2014 13.35 GMT A peace march in Juba on Wednesday denouncing the fighting … Continue reading

US urges Kiir to release political detainees


Members of delegation opposed to South Sudan’s government including Grang Demebiar (centre), the son of late Sudanese politician John Garang, attend talks on January 4, 2014 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to try and broker a ceasefire between South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir led government forces and rebels allied to deposed vice-president, Riak Machar that has … Continue reading

Christian leaders call for international intervention to end South Sudanese conflict


CWN – January 08, 2014 Free eBook: Liturgical Year 2013-2014, Vol. 1 Christian leaders in South Sudan – a largely Christian and animist nation that gained its independence from the Muslim nation of Sudan in 2011 – have called for international intervention to end a three-week-old civil conflict that has left 1,000 dead and caused … Continue reading

AMBUSHED FOUR TIMES IN SOUTH SUDAN


By Aris Roussinos, Photos: Phil Caller The day had begun well for the forces of the South Sudanese government. Two battalions of fresh infantry had been sent up the Nile by barge to the forward base, some 20km south of the heavily contested town of Bor. They’d jogged there in formation and singing war chants, … Continue reading

South Sudan: Breaking News – Fighting Breaks Out in Juba


South Sudan News Agency 7 JANUARY 2014 The cause of the fighting is yet to be determined. There are some doubts as to what ignited the fighting. But, source close the SPLA told the South Sudan News Agency that the fighting was a result of an assassination attempt on at least one SPLA commander loyal … Continue reading

S Sudan future ‘at risk without peace deal’


2014-01-07 07:33 Juba – South Sudanese rivals negotiating a ceasefire to end raging conflict hold the fate of their young nation in their hands, one of the country’s most respected religious leaders said on Monday. “Our people are dying all over, and for what?” said Daniel Deng Bul, who as the Episcopal Archbishop of South … Continue reading

Gunfire erupts in South Sudan capital, talks delayed


By Carl Odera and Aaron Maasho | Reuters – View Photo Chief of Staff of South Sudan’s army, General James Hoth Mai speaks during a media update, with regards … By Carl Odera and Aaron Maasho JUBA/ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Gunshots rang out in South Sudan’s capital, Juba, for about an hour on Sunday as … Continue reading

Rebels hold back in South Sudan


January 5, 2014 Read later Hannah McNeish SPLA soldiers drive in a truck in South Sudan’s capital, Juba. Rebels will hold back from attacking South Sudan’s capital, Juba, in the hope of achieving a ”negotiated settlement”, their leader has told Britain’s Daily Telegraph. Riek Machar, the former vice-president whose revolt began on December 15, also … Continue reading

Kerry urges ‘serious’ South Sudan talks


2014-01-05 09:18 (File, AP) Jerusalem – Peace talks between South Sudan’s warring factions must not be a "gimmick" to gain the upper hand on the ground, US secretary of state John Kerry said on Sunday. "Both parties need to put the interest of South Sudan above their own," Kerry told reporters in Jerusalem. "Negotiations have … Continue reading

US and Israeli officers in South Sudan mediation bid


US and Israeli officers in South Sudan mediation bid, DEBKAfile Exclusive Report 20 Dec. In a joint effort to arrest South Sudan’s plunge into civil war, American and Israeli officers are working quietly together on a mediation effort to reconcile President Saval Kiira and his ousted deputy Riek Machar. DEBKAfile: South Sudan is of high … Continue reading

South Sudan army says closing in to retake rebel-held Bor


By Samir Bor | AFP – View Photo South Sudanese troops loyal to President Salva Kiir are pictured at Bor airport on December 25, 2013 … South Sudan rebels are retreating as the army pushes to retake the key town of Bor, the military said Friday, as battles rage despite peace efforts to end the … Continue reading

Uganda grapples with influx of South Sudanese refugees


Uganda grapples with influx of South Sudanese refugees In-Depth Coverage KAMPALA, 2 January 2014 (IRIN) – Thousands of South Sudanese fleeing violence have crossed into neighbouring Uganda, where officials say resources and land to meet their needs are in short supply. "We had not expected this. We are struggling to handle the situation. The influx … Continue reading

S.Sudan President Turns to T.B. Joshua As Russia’s Putin Warned of Coming War


S.Sudan President Turns to T.B. Joshua As Russia’s Putin Warned of Coming War By A Correspondent Published by Zimeye: January 2, 2014 Comment On Sunday, December 29, 2013 the auditorium of the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) in Nigeria was packed with thousands of international visitors, including Malawian president Joyce Banda, as Prophet T.B. … Continue reading

Stephen Harper’s government edited message about taking climate change seriously


Stephen Harper’s government edited message about taking climate change seriously BY MIKE DE SOUZA, POSTMEDIA NEWS DECEMBER 30, 2013 3 STORY PHOTOS ( 1 ) Prime Minister Stephen Harper is joined by Minister of Aboriginal Affairs Bernard Valcourt and Minister of Environment Leona Aglukkaq at a meeting earlier this year. Photograph by: Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian … Continue reading

South Sudan Unrest Displaces 181,000: UNMISS


Source: Voice of America, December 30, 2013 Around 181,000 civilians have been forced from their homes by 15 days of fighting in South Sudan, a spokesman for the U.N. Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) said Monday. Just over a third of the displaced have sought refuge at 13 U.N. peacekeeping facilities around South Sudan, UNMISS … Continue reading

Fighting erupts in South Sudan flashpoint town, sanctions loom


By Carl Odera and Aaron Maasho | Reuters – View Photo A South Sudan army soldier stands next to a machine gun mounted on a truck in Malakal town, 497km (308 … View Photo South Sudan army soldiers hold their weapons as they smile in Malakal town, 497km (308 miles) northeast … View Photo South … Continue reading

Uganda says region ready to take on, defeat South Sudan rebel leader


Donate$10 or $20 or more to SHOCKINGNEWS21, Please use PAYPAL: carenow8@gmail.com  We will use donation for empowering the impoverished and to spread news on human savages in Africa. Thank you for Support! By Aaron Maasho and Carl Odera By Aaron Maasho and Carl Odera JUBA (Reuters) – Uganda’s president said on Monday east African nations … Continue reading

South Sudan forces battle “White Army”


Donate$10 or $20 or more to SHOCKINGNEWS21, Please use PAYPAL: carenow8@gmail.com  /We will use donation for empowering the impoverished and to spread news on human savages in Africa. Thank you for Support! By Carl Odera and Aaron Maasho | Reuters By Carl Odera and Aaron Maasho JUBA (Reuters) – South Sudan’s army fought on Sunday … Continue reading

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