Day: December 2, 2016

The world’s newest nation led by Dinka is on the brink of a new civil war.

By: Robin Dixon (Los Angeles Times) Margaret Nyamuka, 18, fled the town of Mayendit when soldiers attacked her village, going from house to house, shooting civilians. She climbed a coconut palm to hide as up to 25 soldiers raped her 26-year-old neighbor and another woman. “Those soldiers were lining up to rape her and she

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FALL OF J.C.E LED DINKA REGIME.

December 2, 2016, The so called Jiëëŋ councils of evils (elders) have admitted their failure by telling people they are for protecting political seat not economic prosperity of nation. Their embroilment in governmental issues has let to wrong landings of country’s economy at murky destinations under the watch of Kiir who is also member of

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Corruption Allegations Shake South Sudan President Kiir’s Office

South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir. [Photo: Tiksa Negeri/REUTERS.] December 1, 2016 New findings in the case of alleged corruption in the office of the South Sudan President have poked holes in the process of administration of justice starting from the time of arrests detention, investigation, trial, and sentencing up to conviction. The case involved 16

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South Sudan a Broken Nation: Witnessing painful disintegration in hands of unwise elders: A case of Aldo Ajou Deng

By Ayuen Akuot Atem de Mayen December 2, 2016, As a proud Citizen in the identity of South Sudan sincerely I am deeply lament  and upset by the sorrow and helpless watching and witnessing the dejected disintegration of South Sudan into autonomous region, ethnicity  and tribal politic in the hands of irresponsible and imprudent regional

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The Minister of Finance and Public Service in Yie River County resigned.

Moses Simon Soro 01/12/2016 PRESS RELEASE I am resigning as the State Minister of Finance and Public Service – Yei River State to protest against the bad leadership in the State that has caused our people a great deal of suffering. My main interest of joining your Government was to work as a team with

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Bodycam shows police shooting unarmed black man in the back

Body camera footage has emerged which shows a white Maryland police officer shootingan unarmed black man in the back. The video shows several officers looking for suspect Rashawn Curbeam after a burglary call at Hindus International Food Market in April. They had already caught and tasered a 15-year-old on the premises and were searching for anyone else

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Corruption Allegations Shake South Sudan President Kiir’s Office

December 2, 2016 New findings in the case of alleged corruption in the office of the South Sudan President have poked holes in the process of administration of justice starting from the time of arrests detention, investigation, trial, and sentencing up to conviction. The case involved 16 people from different institutions including Office of the

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Donald Trump picks James Mattis for defense secretary

http://players.brightcove.net/665003303001/4k5gFJHRe_default/index.html?videoId=5231767929001 President-elect Donald Trump has said he will nominate retired Marine Corps General James Mattis to be his defense secretary. Mattis, who is known as “Mad Dog” and renowned for his tough talk, retired in 2013 after serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. James Mattis, 66, ex-Marine 2010-2013: Led the Central Command, which oversees US military

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Nobel Prize Winner Wole Soyinka Upholds Promise to Leave U.S. After Trump’s Win

Dec. 2, 2016 Nigeria’s Nobel Laureate Wole Soyinka has held true to his promise to leave the United States if Donald Trump won the presidency, announcing Thursday that he has “disengaged” from the U.S. and thrown away his green card. Soyinka was born in Nigeria but later relocated to the U.S where he has resided

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Breaking News: South Sudan army lead by Dinka government declared ‘all Equatorians are Rebels’ Killied civilians according to SPLA Juba

South Sudanese refugees are seen at their shelter in the Congolese village of Karukwat, northeast of Orientale Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, November 12, 2016. (Photo by REUTERS)  DECEMBER 2, 2016 Charity Mandulu said the executions began soon after government soldiers – around 100 of them mostly from South Sudan President Salva

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