Wednesday, July 30, 2014 06:47 PM
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In a decree read out on Thursday evening on the state television channel, the President of the republic of South Sudan established the Greater Pibor Administrative Area (GPAA) as a "structure annexed under the Presidency."
The decree was in implementation of the peace agreement signed earlier this
In a letter extended to the caretaker governor of the state, the chiefs raised several issues of concern especially cases resulting in deaths. They appealed for intervention from state authorities for protection and restoration of peace.
“We the paramount chiefs of greater Paliet section are
Honorable William Wel Deng, an MP in the county, confirmed the incident and cautions local residents to take care in their movement over the weekend, as he suspects the rebels may remain in the area.
“I would like to inform the local residents of Aweil and … of this country that rebels loyal to
“The office of the Academic Affairs, Upper Nile University wishes to notify all students that the examinations, which were supposed to start on the 28th July 2014, are delayed until the 31st July 2014 due to the Ramadan Holidays and Martyrs Day” said the Academic Registrar of the UNU Dr. Wani
Deng Ajang Duot, the Government Chief Whip and Chairman of the Caucus said the office of the Sudan people's Liberation Movement (SPLM) Caucus in Jonglei state (JS) has warned the rebels to stop fighting immediately and accept negotiations in the Ethiopian capital.
On Wednesday last week, rebel
The BYU urged the IGAD mediators to give the SPLM-G11 members an ultimatum and time-limit for joining either of the sides for the positive and quick progress of peace. The Union has blamed both the rebels and the Group 11, who are South Sudanese politicians, of working against the interest of the
The commissioner of Twic East County, Dau Akoi Jurkuch, said that the local order will be valid for a period of one month before it is reviewed and an evaluation made of its effectiveness. He further explained that anybody caught breaking the order will be fined, according to court regulations.
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