‘South Sudanese in Israel no longer refugees’

Posted: March 24, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan
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China in a tug of war between two Sudans
Washington Post
Juba, South Sudan — Soon after South Sudan became independent last year, China opened an embassy here, eager to protect its oil interests. It quickly dispatched its foreign minister and began discussing a huge aid package for this destitute land.
China walks political tight rope in Sudan’s oil fight
Washington Post
High-stakes feuding between Sudan and the new nation of South Sudan has cut off a source of oil to fuel China’s booming economy, while putting at risk billions in Chinese investments. Source: BP Statistical Review of World Energy, June 2011.
Protecting the Children of South Sudan
SOS Children’s Villages (press release) (blog)
March 23, 2012: There was a time in history when some children in Sudan were disfigured for their own protection. This is no longer the case, but child protection inSouth Sudan is still as important as ever. Akwoch Ayang, SOS Village Director with a
Jonglei peace to begin soon: South Sudan Archbishop says
Sudan Tribune
March 23, 2012 (ST) The committee presented Jonglei governor, Kuol Manyang, with the President of South Sudan’s, plans on how the committee should approach peace in the conflict torn state, where a disarmament campaign is taking place.

Relations with South Sudan needs improvement
Luanda – The relations between Angola and South Sudan need to be strengthened in various domains, due to the poor or non-existing bilateral co-operation, Angop learnt. This was said by the head of the Sub-Saharan department of the Angolan Foreign 

South Sudanese in Israel no longer refugees’
Jerusalem Post
By BEN HARTMAN South Sudanese child slave turned refugee turned Israel advocate and Coney Island lifeguard says South Sudanese are no longer refugees, but should be given more time to return home. By Courtesy Now that they have their own state South 

Central Africa: AU to Send 5000 Soldiers to Pursue Uganda’s LRA Rebels
The newly established unit will be comprised of 5000 soldiers from Uganda, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Central Africa Republic (CAR). These are the nations that have been most affected by more than two decades of LRA 
African Union launches US-backed force to hunt Kony
The AU force aims to coordinate soldiers already hunting for Kony from South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Central African Republic (CAR) and Uganda with logistical and intelligence help from Washington. In October, US President Barack 

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