Peace talks: Finance committee agrees on 90% of the issues

Negotiators in the finance committee at the peace talks in Addis Ababa say they have agreed on most of the issues. These include foreign debts and debts accumulated by the warring parties during the conflict. “90% of the issues have been exhausted, agreed upon, blessed and forwarded to the leadership More...

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UNSC extends UNISFA mandate

The Security Council has extended the mandate of the United Nations peacekeeping force in Abyei until July. The previous mandate expired this month. It says the extension is part of the ongoing efforts to maintain peace and protect civilians in the disputed territory. The 15-member body says continuing More...

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Victims of Owinykibul clash to be compensated

The Eastern Equatoria State government says victims of a clash between civilians and army recruits at Owiny ki-bul this week will be compensated. One recruit was killed, and more than thirty people were injured on both sides. The fighting started between one recruit and a civilian at a bar. But other More...

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Over 5, 000 students make it to the five public Varsities

The ministry of education has announced the admission of more than 5,000 students into the five public universities across the country. The students applied between 2012 and 2013. But the Minister of Education, John Gai Yoh, says the process delayed due to financial challenges and the establishment of More...

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US diplomat calls for political freedoms in Sudan

February 26, 2015 (KHARTOUM) – The visiting United States deputy assistant secretary of state for democracy and human rights, said he appealed the Sudanese government officials to release political detainees, to stop confiscation of news papers and restriction on freedom of expression. Steven Feldstein More...

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Peace talks: Finance committee agrees on 90% of the issues

Negotiators in the finance committee at the peace talks in Addis Ababa say they have agreed on most..

UNSC extends UNISFA mandate

The Security Council has extended the mandate of the United Nations peacekeeping force in Abyei until July. The previous mandate expired this month. It says the extension is part of the ongoing...

Victims of Owinykibul clash to be compensated

The Eastern Equatoria State government says victims of a clash between civilians and army recruits at Owiny ki-bul this week will be compensated. One recruit was killed, and more than thirty people...

Peace talks: Finance committee agrees on 90% of the issues

Negotiators in the finance committee at the peace talks in Addis Ababa say they have agreed on most..

UNSC extends UNISFA mandate

The Security Council has extended the mandate of the United Nations peacekeeping force in Abyei until July. The previous mandate expired this month. It says...

Victims of Owinykibul clash to be compensated

The Eastern Equatoria State government says victims of a clash between civilians and army recruits at Owiny ki-bul this week will be compensated. One recruit...

Over 5, 000 students make it to the five public Varsities

The ministry of education has announced the admission of more than 5,000 students into the five public universities across the country. The students applied between 2012 and 2013. But the Minister of Education, John Gai......

Peace talks: Finance committee agrees on 90% of the issues

Negotiators in the finance committee at the peace talks in Addis Ababa say they have..

UNSC extends UNISFA mandate

The Security Council has extended the mandate of the United Nations peacekeeping force in Abyei..

Victims of Owinykibul clash to be compensated

The Eastern Equatoria State government says victims of a clash between civilians and army recruits..

Over 5, 000 students make it to the five public Varsities

The ministry of education has announced the admission of more than 5,000 students into the..
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