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AllAfrica.com
African Press Review 21 July 2016to the dam's construction and it was agreed in 2014 that environmental impact s
African Press Review 21 July 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
to the dam's construction and it was agreed in 2014 that environmental impact studies would be conducted. According to the Sudan Tribune, two French firms have been retained to conduct hydraulic, economic and environmental studies on the dam but... Read more
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International Business Times
South Sudan to protect Riek Machar and SPLM-IO leaders to avoid more Unmiss troops [Sudan People's Liberation Movement-in-Opposition] leaders", Nhial told the sta
South Sudan to protect Riek Machar and SPLM-IO leaders to avoid more Unmiss troops
International Business Times / Posted 5 days ago
[Sudan People's Liberation Movement-in-Opposition] leaders", Nhial told the state-owned SSBC Television, according to the Sudan tribune. "The other option is for the region to modify the current mandate of Unmiss peacekeepers to include a special... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
African Press Review 15 July 2016said the family was waiting for the government to take swift action against Mab
African Press Review 15 July 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 7 days ago
said the family was waiting for the government to take swift action against Mabulu. Radical groups in northern Darfur The Sudan Tribune is reporting that the Sudanese Interior Ministry has revealed that radical groups have been working to recruit... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Govt in Spat With South Sudan Over Troopscalling Kenya's stand as "unfortunate." Mr Martin Elia Lomuro, South Sudan's Mi
Govt in Spat With South Sudan Over Troops
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
calling Kenya's stand as "unfortunate." Mr Martin Elia Lomuro, South Sudan's Minister of Cabinet Affairs told news portal Sudan Tribune that the move will create a new problem for his country. "That proposal will not work, because a problem is... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Authorities Arrest Editor, Order Juba Monitor to Cease Publishingthe two editors arrived at the security service headquarters in Juba, Taban was
Authorities Arrest Editor, Order Juba Monitor to Cease Publishing
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
the two editors arrived at the security service headquarters in Juba, Taban was immediately detained, Nimiriano told the Sudan Tribune. Nimiriano said she was neither questioned nor held, but was asked to leave without her colleague, Radio... Read more
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African Press Review 12 July 2016protests against the rule of Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe. And Ugandan opposition
African Press Review 12 July 2016
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 days ago
protests against the rule of Robert Mugabe in Zimbabwe. And Ugandan opposition leader Kizza Besigye is still in jail. The Sudan Tribune devotes most of its front page to the confused situation in Juba, the capital of South Sudan. The paper... Read more
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Northern Star
Violence breaks out in Juba leaving 150 rival fighters deadSudan capital, Juba, reportedly leaving more than 150 fighters from rival force
Violence breaks out in Juba leaving 150 rival fighters dead
Northern Star / Posted 16 days ago
Sudan capital, Juba, reportedly leaving more than 150 fighters from rival forces dead around the presidential palace. The Sudan Tribune reported gunfire broke out at the palace on Friday afternoon (local time) as President Salva Kiir and... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Violence breaks out in Juba leaving 150 rival fighters deadSudan capital, Juba, reportedly leaving more than 150 fighters from rival force
Violence breaks out in Juba leaving 150 rival fighters dead
The Daily Mercury / Posted 16 days ago
Sudan capital, Juba, reportedly leaving more than 150 fighters from rival forces dead around the presidential palace. The Sudan Tribune reported gunfire broke out at the palace on Friday afternoon (local time) as President Salva Kiir and... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Violence breaks out in Juba leaving 150 rival fighters deadSudan capital, Juba, reportedly leaving more than 150 fighters from rival force
Violence breaks out in Juba leaving 150 rival fighters dead
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
Sudan capital, Juba, reportedly leaving more than 150 fighters from rival forces dead around the presidential palace. The Sudan Tribune reported gunfire broke out at the palace on Friday afternoon (local time) as President Salva Kiir and... Read more
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Queensland Times
Violence breaks out in Juba leaving 150 rival fighters deadSudan capital, Juba, reportedly leaving more than 150 fighters from rival force
Violence breaks out in Juba leaving 150 rival fighters dead
Queensland Times / Posted 16 days ago
Sudan capital, Juba, reportedly leaving more than 150 fighters from rival forces dead around the presidential palace. The Sudan Tribune reported gunfire broke out at the palace on Friday afternoon (local time) as President Salva Kiir and... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Violence breaks out in Juba leaving 150 rival fighters deadSudan capital, Juba, reportedly leaving more than 150 fighters from rival force
Violence breaks out in Juba leaving 150 rival fighters dead
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 16 days ago
Sudan capital, Juba, reportedly leaving more than 150 fighters from rival forces dead around the presidential palace. The Sudan Tribune reported gunfire broke out at the palace on Friday afternoon (local time) as President Salva Kiir and... Read more
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News Mail
Violence breaks out in Juba leaving 150 rival fighters deadSudan capital, Juba, reportedly leaving more than 150 fighters from rival force
Violence breaks out in Juba leaving 150 rival fighters dead
News Mail / Posted 16 days ago
Sudan capital, Juba, reportedly leaving more than 150 fighters from rival forces dead around the presidential palace. The Sudan Tribune reported gunfire broke out at the palace on Friday afternoon (local time) as President Salva Kiir and... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Violence breaks out in Juba leaving 150 rival fighters deadSudan capital, Juba, reportedly leaving more than 150 fighters from rival force
Violence breaks out in Juba leaving 150 rival fighters dead
Daily Examiner / Posted 16 days ago
Sudan capital, Juba, reportedly leaving more than 150 fighters from rival forces dead around the presidential palace. The Sudan Tribune reported gunfire broke out at the palace on Friday afternoon (local time) as President Salva Kiir and... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Medical student becomes 'first British female ISIS recruit' to be killedand Technology (UMST). Her family set up a “mourning tent” in a district of th
Medical student becomes 'first British female ISIS recruit' to be killed
Daily Mirror / Posted 17 days ago
and Technology (UMST). Her family set up a “mourning tent” in a district of the Sudanese capital following her death, the Sudan Tribune claimed. It added that some 45 UMST student s are believed to have fled to Iraq and Syria to join the... Read more
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Daily Star
ISIS medic is ‘first British female fighter’ to die in Iraqi bombing runhelping wounded Syrian people” Rowan's fellow medic Al-Hadi Mohamed al-Amin, a
ISIS medic is ‘first British female fighter’ to die in Iraqi bombing run
Daily Star / Posted 17 days ago
helping wounded Syrian people” Rowan's fellow medic Al-Hadi Mohamed al-Amin, an expert of Islamist groups, told the Sudan Tribune had set up a mourning tent in the al-Sajana neighbourhood of Khartoum. He said that Rowan and her family are... Read more
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International Business Times
Intense clashes resume in South Sudan after independence day violence kills 150 including our lives. President Salva Kiir has really demonstrated the statesman
Intense clashes resume in South Sudan after independence day violence kills 150
International Business Times / Posted 17 days ago
including our lives. President Salva Kiir has really demonstrated the statesmanship and true leadership," according to the Sudan Tribune. "So, with five years on, I urge our citizens to remain calm, and to accord President Salva Kiir the support... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Libyan Coast Guards Catch More Than 100 Sudanese MigrantsMohamed Salih, an official in an anti-illegal migration and voluntary return pr
Libyan Coast Guards Catch More Than 100 Sudanese Migrants
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
Mohamed Salih, an official in an anti-illegal migration and voluntary return programme for Sudanese in Libya, told Sudan Tribune that there was a significant number of women among the detained Sudanese migrants. He warned that more attempts... Read more
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Aljazeera
Five soldiers killed in South Sudan's capital Jubaagreed "to order their army generals not to escalate the situation", James Gatd
Five soldiers killed in South Sudan's capital Juba
Aljazeera / Posted 19 days ago
agreed "to order their army generals not to escalate the situation", James Gatdet Dak, a spokesperson for Machar, told the Sudan Tribune. South Sudan erupted into civil war in 2013 when Kiir sacked his deputy Machar barely two years after the... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
The world’s newest country is too broke to celebrate its independence daydomestic product and that consumer price inflation was approaching 300 percent.
The world’s newest country is too broke to celebrate its independence day
Bangor Daily News / Posted 26 days ago
domestic product and that consumer price inflation was approaching 300 percent. According to reports in the Paris-based Sudan Tribune, the country’s Central Bank has said that it has only enough foreign currency reserves to last a month. After... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
UN Extends Darfur Peacekeeping Mission's Mandate for a Yearmissions in Mali and the Golan Heights. Currently, there are 16 peacekeeping o
UN Extends Darfur Peacekeeping Mission's Mandate for a Year
AllAfrica.com / Posted 26 days ago
missions in Mali and the Golan Heights. Currently, there are 16 peacekeeping operations led by the UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations (DPKO), which have more than 118,000 military, police and civilian personnel. (Sources: UNSC, Sudan Trib... Read more
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