Monthly Archives: April 2014

South Sudan: Shooting in Wau!

April 26, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — Sources from Wau confirm that a group of unidentified gunmen fired shots in Wau, causing panic and fear, in a town that has been relatively calm.  The source believes that the attackers are soldiers loyal to Dr. Riek Machar. The unidentified gunmen entered the town from the west through Grinti, also known as Bilpam by the

Rate this:

Read more

UN Relocates 500 Staff From Juba To Entebbe

Over 500 staff of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) have been relocated to Uganda over security fears. By Raymond Mujuni, New Vision April 26, 2014(New Vision) — The staff are part of the UN team that was working in South Sudan where war guns are currently  sounding. In her report to the United Nations Security Council, a

Rate this:

Read more

South Sudan: Loyal Forces Did Not Capture Mayom and Ayod!

April 26, 2014(Nyamilpedia) — A few sources reported that the government troops advanced in Jonglei and Unity states, capturing Ayod in Jonglei state and Mayom in Unity state.  However, sources from Ayod and Mayom counties denied the claim. A reliable source from Ayod has confirmed that government troops never reached Ayod despite Ayod and Akobo being the main targets for

Rate this:

Read more

Government Massacres Own Unarmed Ex-officers, NCOs and Trainees

April 26, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — Some media outlets have reported a heavy fighting broke out at the training center in Mapel, Western Bahr el Ghazal state. However, the latest reports confirm that the incident was not a mutiny, as alleged, but an onslaught of disarmed, former SPLA soldiers. Mapel training facility was established in 2012 by the UNMISS and the government’s

Rate this:

Read more