Archive for June 5, 2012

Sudan’s security agents reportedly seize copies of controversial paper

Posted: June 5, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Sudan

South Sudan: Sudden Influx of Tens of Thousands of Refugees Demands Immediate 
eNews Park Forest
JUBA/BRUSSELS/NEW YORK–(ENEWSPF)–JUNE 4, 2012—Tens of thousands of refugees who have fled fighting in Sudan to seek safety in neighboring South Sudan are in desperate need of humanitarian assistance, with many people taking shelter under trees and 
High commodity prices exacerbate existing poverty in South Sudan
Sudan Tribune
In South Sudan the poverty line is about 73 SSP per person per month. People below the poverty line are considered poor. About 51 per cent of the population is poor in South Sudan. This suggests that about half of the population is poor.
Sudan’s security agents reportedly seize copies of controversial paper
Sudan Tribune
The paper is infamously known for its anti-South Sudan sentiments as well as its jingoistic writers such as Mustafa who has recently been campaigning against Khartoum’s return to negotiations with Juba. Al-Intibaha was previously suspended between July 

Sudanese peace talks renew on oil, borders
NewsOK.com
By Robyn Dixon | Published: June 5, 2012 Leave a comment JOHANNESBURG — Sudan andSouth Sudan held high-level talks Monday seeking to resolve disputes over oil revenues and their shared border, the first negotiations since a dangerous slide toward war 
Humanitarian Situation Worsening On South Sudan Border
Newsroom America
By Newsroom America Staff at 2:11 pm Eastern (Newsroom America) — The United Nations refugee chief has warned of a sharply worsening humanitarian situation in South Sudan’s Upper Nile State, where humanitarian agencies have been coping with a sudden ..

 

Eating Delicious in the Calabash

Posted: June 5, 2012 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Junub Sudan

By Atok Dan

Eating and eating of delicious

It is the oil in the calabash,

Mixtures don’t necessarily adhere to conventional chemistry

With little of milk, making the appearance confused

We locally called it diang-diang

It is good with cold morning of August and September,

That is when we are introduced to fresh harvest of Dinka fiscal year

To those in ragtag towns,

It is an equivalent to geet-geet,

It sends out nose cutting smells at a far distance

Village kids could go penetrating the flow of fried onion

Like cows smelling breezes of the seas in earlier rains of the year

Diang-diang is a mixture of wal-wal with oil or akop.

It is only served when presence of

An acquainted in-law is realized

It becomes a privilege to kids, whose visitors visit their houses

Stubborn kids go distance when sent by elders

With hope that visitor don’t put to rest the calabash

The remain is destined to only child sent