Tensions Boiling Along Sudan-South Sudan Border As New Bombings is reported

Posted: May 4, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan
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Bombings reported on South Sudan-Sudan border
KFVS
US employers pulled back on hiring in April for the second straight month, evidence of an economy still growing only sluggishly. The unemployment rate dipped, but only because more people gave up looking for work. US employers pulled back on hiring in 
Bombings reported on South Sudan-Sudan border
OregonLive.com
AP JUBA, South Sudan (AP) — South Sudan’s military spokesman says Sudanese aircraft dropped 10 bombs in an oil-rich region near a military base south of the shared border. Col. Philip Aguer said Friday that the bombs were dropped late Thursday 
Continued Fighting in South Kordofan Brings More Refugees
AllAfrica.com
By Bonifacio Taban Kuich, 3 May 2012 Bentiu — Recent fighting between the Sudan People’s Liberation Army-North (SPLA-N) rebels and the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) in Julud and Talodi,South Kordofan state has led to an increasing number of people fleeing 
UN rights chief to visit South Sudan
AFP
GENEVA — UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay will make her first visit to South Sudan from May 8 to 12, her office said Friday, as a deadline loomed for a UN-ordered ceasefire with Sudan. Pillay’s spokesman told journalists in Geneva the 
South Sudan pledges “radical policy” to improve educational system
Sudan Tribune
By Ngor Arol Garang May 3, 2012 (MALAKAL) – South Sudan has pledged to implement a policy to improve the country’s education system the Minister of Higher Education said on Wednesday. Minister Peter Adwok Nyaba made the remarks live on the South Sudan 
Tensions Boiling Along Sudan-South Sudan Border
Voice of America
May 04, 2012 Tensions Boiling Along Sudan-South Sudan Border VOA News Renewed accusations and continued distrust are threatening to sabotage a promised cease-fire involving the world’s newest country. South Sudan, which gained independence last July, 
S. Sudan accuses Sudan of bombing in blow to talks
CNBC.com
KHARTOUM (Reuters) – South Sudan accused Sudan on Friday of attacking its military positions in an oil region, imperiling the chances of a promised ceasefire between the neighbours, but Khartoum denied the charge. The 1800 km-long (1200 mile) border 

Chicago Tribune
MALAKAL — South Sudan has pledged to implement a policy to improve the country’s education system the Minister of Higher Education said on Wednesday. Minister Peter Adwok Nyaba made the remarks live on the South Sudan Television and Radio (SSTV), 

UN’s Pillay to visit South Sudan
UPI.com
An injured woman is evaluated prior to evacuation in the aftermath of bombings inSouth Sudan on April 16, 2012. UN Photo/Isaac Billy GENEVA, Switzerland, May 4 (UPI) — The United Nations announced Friday that UN High Commissioner for Human Rights 
Counter-terrorism; South Sudan; Iran; Rights of Indigenous Peoples; and more
UN Dispatch
South Sudan: The United Nations announced today that UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay will visit South Sudan for four days starting Tuesday. Pillay is to meet with South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir and other top government and civil 
Donation gives local Sudan school-building charity a boost
WebsterPost.com
Thanks to a $15000 grant from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Rochester, the charity can add two new classrooms to one of its school buildings in the nation of South Sudan. Most village children who attend school are forced to sit outdoors while their 
South Sudan accuses Khartoum of new bombings
The West Australian
JUBA (AFP) – Sudanese warplanes and long-range artillery bombarded South Sudanborder regions Thursday, defying a UN Security Council ultimatum to end hostilities or face possible sanctions, the South’s army said. “Their aircraft dropped bombs and 
Sudan agrees to AU roadmap, must meet South Sudan
STLtoday.com
Sudan on Thursday endorsed the African Union’s roadmap to avert an all-out war with South Sudan, though it insisted on retaining the right to self-defense. Based on the seven-point roadmap, the two countries have until next Tuesday to restart stalled 
Clinton seeks Chinese help on challenges with Iran, North Korea, Syria and Sudan
Washington Post
 Hillary Rodham Clinton on Friday urged China to play a responsible role in the world by respecting human rights and helping to deal with challenges posed by Iran and North Korea’s nuclear programs and violence in Syria and Sudan and South Sudan.
Clinton urges Sudan to halt violence
AFP
BEIJING — US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Friday pressed Sudan for a definitive end to bombings against South Sudan, after Khartoum said it would comply with a UN call to end the violence. “Together we need to keep sending a strong message to 
South Sudan ex- minister survive plane crash in Yambio
Sudan Tribune
The incident took place yesterday at around 10:am in Yambio, capital of Western Equatoria State”, Christopher Ismail, South Sudan’s Director of Aviation said on Thursday. “It was a WFP programme plane 5Y-NGO”, he adds. Ismail stated that the two pilots 
Disarmament Sparks Violence in South Sudan
Inter Press Service
By Jared Ferrie JUBA, May 3, 2012 (IPS) – Civil society groups are calling on the United Nations peacekeeping mission to withdraw support from a disarmament programme they say could spark further violence in South Sudan’s volatile Jonglei state.
South Sudan leaders ‘run to Uganda for help’
Africa Review
By DAVID LIVINGSTONE OKUMUPosted Friday, May 4 2012 at 09:56 South Sudanese leaders have asked for Uganda’s help as war drums continue to be sounded between Africa’s youngest nation and Khartoum, warning a defeat of their military would have adverse 
South Sudan accuses Sudan of bombing in blow to talks
Reuters
By Yara Bayoumy | KHARTOUM (Reuters) – South Sudan on Friday accused Sudan of launching an air strike on one of its oil regions, imperiling the chances of a promised ceasefire between the two former civil war foes, but Khartoum denied the charge.
Some of Cairo’s South Sudanese refugee population were hoping to return home 
Deutsche Welle
Churches are at the center of social life for South Sudanese refugees in Cairo. On a recent Friday, dozens came as usual to All Saints’ Cathedral, but not for the weekly service. They gathered in the courtyard outside instead to talk about the recent 
SUDAN: Free The Slaves
Strategy Page
May 4, 2012: Sudan and South Sudan are once again indicating that they want to avoid another round of intense combat, so the UN-led international mediation efforts to end the war have made some headway. The diplomats are focusing on ending skirmishes 

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