South Sudan: 17 Dead as Boat Capsizes on River Nile


AGENCIES ON OCTOBER 22, 2017 River boat on the Nile, near Malakal Seventeen people were killed when a boat capsized on the River Nile in South Sudan, officials said on Friday. The boat sank on Thursday night in north-eastern Jonglei State, on its way to the state capital Bor, Local Commissioner David Deng Manyok told dpa….

Donald Trump Tries A New Tactic To Attack Congresswoman Who Exposed His Lies


10/22/2017  Alana Horowitz Satlin Assignment Editor, HuffPost JOE SKIPPER VIA GETTY IMAGES Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) listens to testimony at a congressional field hearing on nursing home preparedness and disaster response Oct. 19, 2017 in Miami, Florida.  President Donald Trump pushed his feud with a Florida congresswoman into the weekend by tweeting that she “is killing the Democratic…

Breaking News: Dinka agent killed Dr. Riek Machar’s new spokesman


Sunday October 22, 2017, Africans Press has learned that Lam Kuei Lam, the spokesperson of Dr. Riek Machar was killed in Khartoum yesterday by agent of Salva Kirr. Source revealed that Lam was killed in his room when an agent who is known suddenly walk in their room and started the fight. It is not…

U.N and U.S have agreed to replace Salva Kirr government


October 20, 2017, UN and U.S brought all oppositions leaders with excluding Dr. Riëk Machar in search for new leadership in South Sudan. Source told Africans Press that the meeting in New York is meant to search for a new leader for South Sudan government because Salva Kirr and Dr. Riek Machar are no longer…

Breaking News: Dinka and Uganda are bombarded Waat since October 18, 2017


Machar’s group claims Uganda carried out airstrikes in Bieh State October 20, 2017, South Sudan’s armed opposition faction loyal to ex-First Vice President turned rebel leader, Riek Machar claimed Ugandan warplanes hired by Kiir’s administration carried out airstrikes on their base in the town of Waat in Bieh State on Wednesday morning. The rebel-appointed governor…

Breaking News: South Sudan forces ‘assaulted’ UN commander


October 20, 2017 AFP South Sudanese forces stopped a UN peacekeeping convoy at gunpoint and beat the unit’s commander in the latest clash with peacekeepers in the war-wracked African country, a report obtained by AFP on Thursday said. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told the Security Council that South Sudan’s defence minister had apologized for the…

Proud to a Nuer: The Nuer became part of the Sudanese polity in the 1820s


October 18, 2017, Like all other South Sudanese peoples, the Nuer became part of the Sudanese polity in the 1820s, when the nation-state was taking shape, beginning with the Ottoman invasion from Egypt in 1821. Their incorporation began with the slave trade. Like the other South Sudanese groups, the Nuer have resisted incorporation into the Sudanese political…