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Muslims during Eid el Adha in Wau. [Photo by James Dimo]
By James Dimo and Mabor Riak
Muslims across the world today marked the Eid El Adha, one of the two most important festivals in the Muslim calendar.
24 September 2015
As Eastern Equatoria State (EES) marked International Day of Peace on Monday, the United Nations (UN) has called on all warring parties across the world, to consider laying down weapons, and observe a global ceasefire.
By Peter Lokale Nakimangole
A five-day conference aimed at restoring the relationship between the Arab Misseriya of South Kordofan of Sudan and bordering South Sudan’s State of Warrap and the disputed region of Abyei is underway in Northern Bhar el Ghazal State capital, Aweil.
Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayardit [Gurtong File]
By Jok P
“I am committed to peace and the implementation of the agreement in order to overcome the challenges of humanitarian and economic crisis that are facing our people today in the country”
The Chief Immigration Officer, 1st lieutenant Martin Edward revealed to
The South Sudan police department of passport and immigration in Western Equatoria State has called upon all foreigners residing in the State to acquire legal documentation.
By Joseph Nashion
UNICEF, UNWFP, South Sudan Ministry of Health and other health partners operating in South Sudan launched a long term Joint Strategic Nutrition Response Plan for South Sudan on Wednesday to fight malnutrition among children under 5 years, lactating mothers and breastfeeding mothers.
A delegation from the Egyptian Embassy in South Sudan visited Western Bahr el Ghazal State capital Wau, on Tuesday and said that they will invest in animal and fisheries products in the region.
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