Analysis: Land deals “threaten South Sudan’s development” and “SPLM Urges Locals to Unite, Defend Nation From SAF Invasion”

Posted: December 12, 2011 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan
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South Sudan: SPLM Urges Locals to Unite, Defend Nation From SAF Invasion
AllAfrica.com
Juba — Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) Party has called upon the people of South Sudan Youth, Men and Women to Unite and defend their nation from the National Congress Party (NCP) of Sudan. The calls followed an attack by the Sudan Army (SAF

Analysis: Land deals “threaten South Sudan’s development”
IRINnews.org
JUBA, 12 December 2011 (IRIN) – Land deals done in newly-independent South Sudan “threaten to undermine the land rights of rural communities, increase food insecurity, entrench poverty, and skew development patterns” in the resource-rich but poor

Sudan: Why South Sudanese Will Triumph Over Sudan Army Which Is Forcibly Recruited
AllAfrica.com
This is a total contrast with South Sudanese who had willingly joined the Anya-Nya movement which had no guns but traditional weapons such as arrows and bows and a few ancient guns from the First World War class of weapons like the ‘tasi’ rifle which

South Sudan: Corruption Cases Pending in Justice Ministry Says Anti-Corruption
AllAfrica.com
The Commemoration which was celebrated in the Ten States of South Sudan and organized by CES Government in Juba was under the themes “zero Tolerance to Corruption in the Republic of South Sudan“Following the declaration of the President,

South Sudan: Luo Nuer-Murle Peace Conference Kicks Off On Monday
AllAfrica.com
Juba — The Archbishop of Episcopal Church Daniel Deng Bul said Luo Nuer- Murle peace conference will take place on Monday 12 – 15th of this month as scheduled. He said the aim of the conference is to bring the two warring communities together so as to

Land Deals Threaten South Sudan’s Development – Analysis

Eurasia Review –
Land deals done in newly-independent South Sudan “threaten to undermine the land rights of rural communities, increase food insecurity, entrench poverty, and skew development patterns” in the resource-rich but poor nation, a new report says.
Sudan Tribune – ‎
December 11, 2011 (KHARTOUM) – A Sudanese official has expressed the pleasure of his country’s government with the series of uprisings that swept the Arab world in 2011, saying it ended the isolation of the Islamic rule in Sudan.
News24 –
This colourful guide contains concise information on 234 reef fish and 36 coral species found along… Now R153.95 Juba – Eleven people have been killed in new attacks in South Sudan’s troubled Jonglei state, where nearly 40 people died in tribal
AFP – ‎
JUBA, South Sudan — Eleven people have been killed in new attacks in South Sudan’s troubled Jonglei state, where nearly 40 people died in tribal violence last week, the state’s governor said on Monday. Suspected rebels under the command of renegade
Borglobe – ‎
Since the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in 2005 up to the independence of South Sudan in July of 2011, Jonglei state has been a battlefield with little attention from the government of South
AllAfrica.com – ‎‎
Juba — The Archbishop of Episcopal Church Daniel Deng Bul said Luo Nuer- Murle peace conference will take place on Monday 12 – 15th of this month as scheduled. He said the aim of the conference is to bring the two warring communities together so as to
Oye! Times – ‎
Hilde F. JohnsonHilde F. Johnson, Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary General to South Sudan, has called on the Government of South Sudan and traditional leaders to stop vicious violence acts in Jonglei State. In a press release,
Sudan Tribune – ‎
December 11, 2011 (JUBA) – George Athor Deng, leader of a South Sudanese rebel group, on Sunday threatened to capture Bor, the capital of Jonglei state if an agreement is not reached with the Sudan People Liberation Movement (SPLM) before the end of
Borglobe – ‎
What is the primary responsibility of the Government of the South Sudan? Is Goss competent to provide indispensable thing called security to people or even protect its territories?
News24 – ‎
Khartoum – Heavy fighting between the Sudanese army and southern-aligned rebels in the embattled state of South Kordofan has killed at least 19 government troops, a rebel spokesperson said on Monday. “There was heavy fighting on Saturday in Warni,
Ahram Online – ‎‎
“There was heavy fighting on Saturday in Warni, in the far east of Talodi locality. The SPLA repelled an attack by the army. They left 19 bodies on the ground,” rebel spokesman, Arnu Ngutulu Lodi told AFP on Monday. The Sudanese army spokesman could
Sudan Vision – ‎
Khartoum – Spokesman of the Sudanese Armed Forces (SAF), Colonel Al-Sawarmi Khaled Saad revealed that the army cut off the supply from the Sudanese Peoples Liberation Army (SPLA) by controlling Bohairat Abiad and Al-Atmour, so as to prevent the supply
Sudan Vision – ‎
It was first the Americans who wanted an oil deal between the two countries of Sudan and South Sudan before the end of July even if it was an interim one as proposed by Special Envoy Princeton Lyman. July had already passed and four months later
Radio Dabanga – ‎
Mireille Girard, the deputy representative of the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in southern Sudan, told the UN news agency IRIN that since early July 2011, 20000 refugees had fled from South Kordofan, whilst another 30000 had fled from Blue

Editorial :Sudan and South Sudan .. Are They Ready to Reunite?
Sudan Vision
We never heard before that a new born state in the globe did what the Government of South Sudan (GoSS) is doing since its independence. Gaining their independence, the serious nations move immediately to build its homeland and future.

Juet Massacre: Genocide in Jonglei, South Sudan
Borglobe
By Michael Ayuen Kuany, USA (Borglobe) Since the signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in 2005 up to the independence of South Sudan in July of 2011, Jonglei state has been a battlefield with little attention from the government of South

Refugees in South Sudan Determined to Stay
Voice of America
December 12, 2011 Refugees in South Sudan Determined to Stay Michael Onyiego | Yida, South Sudan Next to the storehouse in Yida’s village square, refugees line up for food rations meant to last their families the rest of the week.

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