Sudanese presidential adviser Mustafa Osman Ismail Warns Kampala and Juba Against Continuing to Support Rebels

Posted: March 13, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan
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Adviset Warns Kampala and Juba Against Continuing to Support Rebels
AllAfrica.com
Khartoum — The Sudanese presidential adviser Mustafa Osman Ismail warned that his country is running out of patience with South Sudan and Uganda over their alleged support to rebel groups fighting Khartoum in different parts of the country.

Hundreds of thousands of Christians ordered to leave Sudan
Catholic Culture
The government of Sudan, an overwhelmingly Muslim nation, has stripped between 500000 and 700000 Christians of their citizenship and ordered them to leave for the new nation of South Sudan, according to a report from Ecumenical News International (ENI) 
South Sudan commits to making the national army child-free
Sudan Tribune
12 March 2012 Juba, South Sudan – The Sudanese People’s Liberation Army of South Sudan(SPLA) signed an agreement called an action plan with the United Nations today which renewed their commitment to release all children within their ranks.

Vizada Networks… Solution For South Sudan… (SATCOM)
SatNews Publishers
[SatNews] The Republic of South Sudan’s administration has selected the Astrium owned satellite and telecommunications specialist…. ….Vizada Networks to provide interim Internet connectivity and voice services for domestic and international 

US diplomat discusses Sudan in meetings here
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
The movement has sputtered over the last year, in particular in the wake of South Sudan in July voting to separate from the Sudan government in the north, and a reduction in violence in the Darfur region. In addition to his lunchtime speech Monday,

China cancels Sudan electricity project loan on lack of oil collateral: report

Platts
The Chinese government has canceled funding for an electricity project in Sudan as it has lost collateral for the loan, which is in the form of oil supply, following the separation of Sudan and South Sudan last year, Sudan President Omer al-Bashir said 
What Is the Fate of Country Inmates in Sudan?
AllAfrica.com
By Isaac Morris Merisiya, 12 March 2012 It is a fact that, there are still South Sudanese inmates in different parts of Sudan who are serving their conviction period, the exact number is unknown but alleged to be more than two thousand with the 

South Sudan’s army signs pact with UN to release all children in its ranks
UN News Centre
The Sudanese People’s Liberation Army of South Sudan (SPLA) today signed an agreement with the United Nations renewing its commitment to release all children within its ranks. Since 2005, the SPLA has been listed on the UN Secretary-General’s list of 

UAE Captain helps to establish Juba Air in South Sudan
eTurboNews
Samir M. Al Sayed Al Hashemi is organising start-up funds for Juba Air / Image via Legacy Aviation DUBAI, UAE – An Abu Dhabi-based UAE national is helping to set up an airline, Juba Air, in the newly independent African state of South Sudan

South Sudan struggling with healthcare crisis
Press TV
South Sudan is considered to be among the top in the list of countries with high infant and maternal mortality rate. The healthcare crisis in the country is largely due to the country’s lack of proper hospitals and qualified doctors.

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