South Sudan: UN relief chief sees ‘terrible situation’ in troubled Jonglei state

Posted: February 3, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan
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Kiir explains South Sudan’s refusal to sign oil deal with Khartoum

Sudan Tribune
February 1, 2012 (JUBA)- South Sudan president, Salva Kiir Mayradit, on Tuesday told fellow heads of state at the (AU) summit that his country refused to sign a proposed deal on oil with neighboring Sudan because the deal failed to comprehensively 

Bombs hit evangelical Bible school in Sudan, group says
CNN
By the CNN Wire Staff (CNN) — A Christian evangelical group said Thursday that a Bible school — backed by American evangelist Franklin Graham — was destroyed in the latest bombing raid to hitSouth Kordofan, an oil-rich Sudanese province that 

From Seattle area to Sudan: Doc tends to flood of refugees
The Seattle Times
A Seattle-area doctor who traveled to South Sudan in November on a relief mission found himself the only physician for some 5000 refugees. By Lark Turner Women and their children wait in mid-November for an opportunity to be examined by Dr. Alan Kelley 

UN official warns that crises in new nation of South Sudan will need more than 
Washington Post
JUBA, South Sudan — A top UN official says South Sudan may need more than the $760 million the agency predicted they would need to cope with the new country’s myriad humanitarian crises. UN Undersecretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Valerie Amos 

CNN
 said Thursday that a Bible school — backed by American evangelist Franklin Graham — was destroyed in the latest bombing raid to hit South Kordofan, an oil-rich Sudanese province that borders the newly created independent country of South Sudan.


China’s Diplomacy Tested in Sudan Kidnap Drama

Wall Street Journal
The Chinese government has approached newly created South Sudan to help negotiate the release of Chinese captives held by rebels in neighboring Sudan, said a South Sudan official, an unusual diplomatic move that risks complicating China’s ties with two 
South Sudan: UN relief chief sees ‘terrible situation’ in troubled Jonglei state
UN News Centre
WFP truck approaches Boma in South Sudan’s Jonglei state, where ethnic violence has displaced thousands of people. Photo: WFP/Rehan Zahid The United Nations relief chief today visited areas in South Sudan hit by recent ethnic violence and met some of 

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