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S. Sudan V.P Wani Blames Religious Leaders for Promoting violence

South Sudan vice-president, James Wani Igga has, accused the clergy of promoting violence in Africa’s youngest nation. Wani says instead of preaching about unity and reconciliation, clerics have resorted to spreading hate messages. "Some clergymen have resorted to preaching against personalities in this country. They are misinforming believers that President Salva Kiir

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BREAKING: S. Sudan Army Chief Ajonga Dead

South Sudan Army Chief of Defense Forces (CDF) James Ajonga Mawut has Friday morning passed on in a hospital in Cairo, Egypt. Gen. Ajonga who has been admitted in Cairo underwent a successful kidney operation earlier this week. He was scheduled to travel to Germany for further treatment but was denied entry. Ajonga

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Juba: Machar Rebels, Gov’t Forces in Fresh Clashes

Government and opposition forces allied to rebel leader Dr. Riek Machar clashed on Thursday morning around Luri, West of Juba. Rebel commander of Division 2A Major General Benjamin Gore Gabriel said government forces attacked and captured their defensive positions in Wululiet and Lokioro area, about 4 Kilometres from Luri. “Our fighting started

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Presidential Adviser Awet Not Under Arrest – S. Sudan Officials Confirm

The South Sudanese presidency has dismissed as propaganda reports alleging presidential adviser on military affairs, Daniel Awet Akot has been placed under house arrest, causing speculations and warning such actions could spark unrest. The presidential adviser on security affairs. Tut Kew Gatluak denied that Akot is under house arrest, saying he

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S. Sudan Presidential Spokesperson Ateny Speaks Out on Alleged Suspension

Salva Kiir’s Presidential spokesperson Ateny Wek Ateny has dismissed as "fake" reports claiming he has been suspended from his assignment. Ateny said the social media reports were a creation of “rumour mongers to create disharmony at the South Sudanese presidency. While Ateny denies social media reports, sources at the presidency reportedly told

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