Monthly Archives: April 2014

WHAT IS TO BE DONE?: A COMPREHENSIVE SOLUTION TO JONGLEI’S NAGGING SOCIAL, ECONOMICS, AND POLITICAL PROBLEMS.” By Dr. Bior Kwer Bior, PhD April 04, 2014 (Nyamilepedia) —Prior to the commencement of the raging unwarranted, unnecessary and ruthless war in our nascent republic, another war was being bitterly fought in the bushes of Jonglei state between the Government in Juba and

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Ethiopian premier seeking to break deadlock in South Sudan peace talks

  April 04, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn is expected to meet with South Sudanese negotiators from both sides to the conflict tomorrow in Addis Ababa, in an effort to put the talks back on track. This comes after the parties failed to sign a Declaration of Principles and agenda for the negotiations owing to differences of view

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South Sudan decry sanctions, accused U.S. of supporting rebels

April 04, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — The government of South Sudan, through its minister of information, Micheal Makuei Lueth denounced sanctions authorized by the U.S government. The minister believes that his government is committed to Addis Ababa peace process. He strongly emphasizes that the Juba government has not committed any human rights violations and for such, should not be subjected to sanctions.

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Obama Signs Executive Order as South Sudan Accuses US of Meddling

James Butty April 04, 2014(VOA) — South Sudan’s minister of information says the United States is meddling in South Sudan’s internal affairs by trying to influence the outcome of ongoing peace negotiations. Michael Makuei says U.S. Ambassador to South Sudan Susan Page’s alleged recent remarks that South Sudan rebels are fighting a “just war” is one example of meddling. Ambassador

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