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13 July 2015 05:20:48 Sudan Tribune: Plural news and views on Sudan
By Steve Paterno The Republic of South Sudan has come long way through struggles to be a nation, among nations. However, it's nationhood seems to be undermined by other nations, and internal strives. Despite all these, as of today, South Sudan can claim its right place among nations, capable of the following just like other nations do, and the list below are not in any way exhaustive: 1) South Sudan can defend its territorial integrity through all means possible. The country is ready to (...) - Comment & Analysis / South Sudan peace process
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15 June 2015 10:29:19 AllAfrica News: Latest
South Africa's high court is set to continue the case of Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir on Monday after he was barred from leaving the country pending an application for his arrest.
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11 June 2015 08:10:36 WN.com - Mideast News
Youth of today in Sudan...
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02 June 2015 18:31:09 WN.com - World News
South Sudan's government sought Today to justify the expulsion of the United Nations' outspoken aid coordinator Toby Lanzer, blasting him for unfairly predicting the country's collapse....
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31 May 2015 06:48:07 Sudan Tribune: Plural news and views on Sudan
May 30, 2015 (JUBA) – The governor of South Sudan's Upper Nile state, Simon Kun Puoc has returned to the oil-rich region after government troops gained its control from rebels. The state information minister, Peter Hoth Tuach said the governor landed in Paloch, the country's main oilfield which has heavy military presence “The governor returned today . He was accompanied by several officials, including the minister of finance and was received on arrival by the deputy governor and (...) - News / Military , Upper Nile State
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25 May 2015 08:37:16 Sudan Tribune: Plural news and views on Sudan
May 24, 2015 (NAIROBI) – News have emerged of the death of South Sudanese army pilot in a helicopter gunship shot down by rebels on Wednesday over the control of Melut town in the oil-rich Upper Nile state. South Sudanese rebels led by former vice-president Riek Machar on Wednesday said their forces brought down a helicopter gunship during a heavy fighting for control of the town adjacent to the country's main oilfields of Paloch. However, the South Sudanese army spokesperson, Philip Aguer, (...) - News / Upper Nile State , Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA)
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24 May 2015 01:27:04 Sudan Tribune: Plural news and views on Sudan
May 23, 2015 (ADDIS ABABA) – Spokesman for the opposition leader, Riek Machar, said a video clip played on South Sudan TV (SSTV) on Thursday which alleged recorded defeat of the rebels in Melut town, near Paloch oilfields in Upper Nile state, was misleading. “A video clip played on SSTV alleging recorded defeat of our forces in Melut town by pro-Salva Kiir's soldiers is laughable. It was misleading,” said Machar's spokesman, James Gatdet Dak. Dak told Sudan Tribune on Saturday that the video (...) - News / SPLM/A In Opposition
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22 May 2015 12:08:43 WN.com - World News
South Sudan's military is accusing the government of Sudan of aiding a new rebel offensive against South Sudanese government forces in the state of Upper Nile, where oil fields are now threatened by fresh fighting. South Sudanese military spokesman Col. Philip Aguer told The Associated Press on Friday that the recent defection in Upper Nile state of a key general to the rebel side was likely tied to incentives from Sudan's government. It's not the first time South Sudan is accusing its neighbor of supporting rebels, charges routinely denied by Khartoum. Fighting has recently escalated in the states of Unity and Upper Nile, where the last remaining functional fields of Paloch are threatened....
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21 May 2015 00:08:20 News24 Africa
Four people have been killed after two mortar bombs hit a UN compound and a site housing civilians in the town of Melut, near South Sudan's Paloch oilfields, a state official says.
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20 May 2015 14:42:34 The Daily Star >> News >> World
Four people were killed when two mortar bombs hit a UN compound and a site housing civilians in the town of Melut, near South Sudan's Paloch oilfields, a state official said
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