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south sudan's kiir in khartoum to discuss borders | news


khartoum, sudan - south sudan's president salva kiir has arrived in sudan to meet the president on a two-day trip aimed at resolving border disputes and discussing security issues. kiir was welcomed by his sudanese counterpart omar al-bashir on wednesday, according to afp news agency. south sudan gained independence from sudan in july 2011 after more than two decades of civil war, the longest-running conflict in african history."there are a lot of agreements between us (sudan and south sudan), and now we have agreed to start implementing those agreements as they were signed," awad bin auf, sudan's defence minister, told reporters after a meeting with an advance team from south sudan on sunday. "we have previously agreed to opening 10 border crossings between the two countries, and we will






south sudan's kiir to visit khartoum to discuss borders | south sudan news


khartoum, sudan - south sudan's president salva kiir is meeting with the president of sudan in the sudanese capital, khartoum, on wednesday, after several delays. according to aides from the two sides, border security and oil trade - two of many issues that have strained relations between the two countries - will top the agenda of the visit. south sudan gained independence from sudan in july 2011 after more than two decades of civil war, the longest-running conflict in african history."there are a lot of agreements between us (sudan and south sudan) and now we have agreed to start implementing those agreements as they were signed," awad bin auf, sudan's defence minister, told reporters after a meeting with an advanced team from south sudan on sunday. "we have previously agreed to opening 1






south sudan marks grim 6th independence anniversary


juba, south sudan — for the second year in a row, the world's youngest nation will not have any official celebrations to mark the anniversary of its birth because of the widespread suffering caused by its ongoing civil war."we did not feel it was appropriate to spend whatever little funds we may have to celebrate, when our people are hugely affected by the economic crisis," said south sudan president salva kiir in an address to the nation on sunday. "it's difficult for many people to afford even one meal per day."six years after south sudan gained independence, the country is ravaged by fighting, severe hunger, mass displacement and accusations of war crimes by government and opposition forces.for the country's 11 million people, what began with optimism has turned into a day of mourning.s






south sudan marks grim 6th independence anniversary


juba, south sudan — for the second year in a row, the world's youngest nation will not have any official celebrations to mark the anniversary of its birth because of the widespread suffering caused by its ongoing civil war."we did not feel it was appropriate to spend whatever little funds we may have to celebrate, when our people are hugely affected by the economic crisis," said south sudan president salva kiir in an address to the nation on sunday. "it's difficult for many people to afford even one meal per day."six years after south sudan gained independence, the country is ravaged by fighting, severe hunger, mass displacement and accusations of war crimes by government and opposition forces.for the country's 11 million people, what began with optimism has turned into a day of mourning.s






smugglers become a lifeline for the starving in south sudan


wanyjok, south sudan (ap) — sadiq mohammed climbs into the cab of a truck that looks more like a nightclub than a smuggler’s perch. red and yellow tassels dangle from the ceiling, while tapestry drapes much of the windshield. he switches on the electric fan above his head and nestles into the front seat, which he’s fitted with a more comfortable lawn chair.the sudanese trader-turned-smuggler says life is good. with both civil war and famine raging in south sudan, “i have more business now than before.”after crossing from sudan into this small south sudan town, the 38-year-old father of two unpacks his shipment of food before trying to relax from his three-day journey. what began as a respectable, legal food transport job in 2009 has turned into a risky profession.after south sudan gained i






south sudan marks grim 6th independence anniversary


juba, south sudan (ap) — for the second year in a row, the world’s youngest nation will not have any official celebrations to mark the anniversary of its birth because of the widespread suffering caused by its ongoing civil war.“we did not feel it was appropriate to spend whatever little funds we may have to celebrate, when our people are hugely affected by the economic crisis,” said south sudan president salva kiir in an address to the nation on sunday. “it’s difficult for many people to afford even one meal per day.”six years after south sudan gained independence, the country is ravaged by fighting, severe hunger, mass displacement and accusations of war crimes by government and opposition forces.for the country’s 11 million people, what began with optimism has turned into a day of mourn






npr reporter freed in south sudan after 3 nights in jail


nairobi, kenya — a journalist for the npr has been released by south sudan's government which held him for nearly four days, according to a spokeswoman for the organization.eyder peralta was held for three nights and released on monday, isabel lara, a spokeswoman for npr told the associated press in an email. peralta has returned to his base in kenya.peralta's south sudanese assistant is still being held by authorities. "the fixer remains in custody and we are in touch with authorities regarding his release," said the npr spokeswoman.south sudan officials did not respond for requests for comment.peralta's detention was the latest in a crackdown on foreign journalists in south sudan, the east african nation which gained independence in 2011 but has experienced renewed civil war. at least 13






smugglers become a lifeline for the starving in south sudan


wanyjok, south sudan — sadiq mohammed climbs into the cab of a truck that looks more like a nightclub than a smuggler's perch. red and yellow tassels dangle from the ceiling, while tapestry drapes much of the windshield. he switches on the electric fan above his head and nestles into the front seat, which he's fitted with a more comfortable lawn chair.the sudanese trader-turned-smuggler says life is good. with both civil war and famine raging in south sudan, "i have more business now than before."after crossing from sudan into this small south sudan town, the 38-year-old father of two unpacks his shipment of food before trying to relax from his three-day journey. what began as a respectable, legal food transport job in 2009 has turned into a risky profession.after south sudan gained indepe






south sudan president to seek election in 2018: spokesman


nairobi, kenya — south sudan's president will seek election next year, a spokesman said wednesday, in what will be the first vote on salva kiir's leadership since the turbulent country won independence.the president "is a uniting factor. if he leaves power now, the whole country will collapse," spokesman ateny wek ateny told the ociated press.kiir was elected in 2010, a year before the east african country gained independence from sudan. presidential elections set for 2015 were delayed by civil war that began in december 2013 and continues to rage.the united nations has warned that south sudan is witnessing ethnic cleansing and is at risk of genocide. tens of thousands of people have been killed, and the united nations says more than three million people are either internally displaced or






my adopted homeland’s compassion is needed now more than ever


people in south sudan are subsistence farmers; they depend on the crops they grow for survival. but drought and societal disruption — as hundreds of thousands of civilians flee violence — has the country facing a terrible faminethe land of my birth is filled with desperate people. because of america, i am not one of them.the united nations security council recently heard that the world is facing the largest humanitarian crisis since formation of the u.n., with 20 million people in south sudan, yemen, somalia and nigeria facing famine and starvation.unfortunately, the trump administration budget recommends reducing the u.s. contribution to u.n. food relief. the administration also is seeking a temporary ban on refugees from six countries, including sudan, yemen and somalia.got something to






south sudan censors newspapers, hampers press in civil war


juba, south sudan — as south sudan's civil war creates the world's largest refugee crisis and widespread allegations of sexual and ethnic violence, journalists charge the government is restricting their ability to report the news.this is starkly evident in the country's newspapers, which the government in may started censoring by blanking out articles it deems critical.in addition, 15 south sudanese journalists have been arrested, beaten, jailed, threatened or denied access to information in the past four months, according to the union of journalists in south sudan.at least 20 members of the foreign press have been banned from or kicked out of south sudan in the past six months, the foreign correspondents' association of east africa says.with the civil war more than three-and-a-half years






npr reporter freed in south sudan after 3 nights in jail


nairobi, kenya (ap) — a journalist for the npr has been released by south sudan’s government which held him for nearly four days, according to a spokeswoman for the organization.eyder peralta was held for three nights and released on monday, isabel lara, a spokeswoman for npr told the associated press in an email. peralta has returned to his base in kenya.peralta’s south sudanese assistant is still being held by authorities. “the fixer remains in custody and we are in touch with authorities regarding his release,” said the npr spokeswoman.south sudan officials did not respond for requests for comment.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.peralta’s detention was the latest in a crackdown on foreign journalists in south sudan, the east african nation which gained independ






south sudan president to seek election in 2018: spokesman


nairobi, kenya — south sudan's president will seek election next year, a spokesman said wednesday, in what will be the first vote on salva kiir's leadership since the turbulent country won independence.the president "is a uniting factor. if he leaves power now, the whole country will collapse," spokesman ateny wek ateny told the ociated press.kiir was elected in 2010, a year before the east african country gained independence from sudan. presidential elections set for 2015 were delayed by civil war that began in december 2013 and continues to rage.the united nations has warned that south sudan is witnessing ethnic cleansing and is at risk of genocide. tens of thousands of people have been killed, and the united nations says more than three million people are either internally displaced or






one last push to end south sudan's deadly civil war | civil war


i know and have seen war and its horror and cruelty in my own country. i have supported peace processes in conflicts since. but all of that didn't quite prepare me for my trip to south sudan earlier this year.since civil war broke out in december 2013, south sudan has spiralled into a deeper state of emergency. it's a brutal conflict, steeped in claims of ethnic cleansing. a deadly hunger crisis reigns over parts of the country: it is the civilians, the women and the children who are paying the price. the palpable hope of south sudan's independence in 2011 - something so many of us celebrated in our region -  now seems very distant. women - strong, hard-working and self-sacrificing women - told me, "we want to walk freely, we want to farm, we want to feed our families." they live in a city






who's to blame for south sudan’s civil war? |


civil war, famine, and warnings of genocide; what’s gone wrong in the world’s youngest country?two years after south sudan gained its independence in 2011, a civil war erupted that has left the country devastated, with recent reports emerging of a man-made famine.for "mama" rebecca garang, widow of the country’s founder, its poor leadership is to blame, specifically president salva kiir."anything being done good in the country, or bad, is always going to the president, so everything, i think, is with our president," says garang, who was a former adviser to president kiir and has called for him to step down. "all of us, as the leaders of south sudan, we did not lead our people properly."asked why she did not speak out against human rights abuses while she was an adviser, garang claims that






who's to blame for south sudan's civil war? |


civil war, famine, and warnings of genocide; what’s gone wrong in the world’s youngest country?two years after south sudan gained its independence in 2011, a civil war erupted that has left the country devastated, with recent reports emerging of a man-made famine.for "mama" rebecca garang, widow of the country’s founder, its poor leadership is to blame, specifically president salva kiir."anything being done good in the country, or bad, is always going to the president, so everything, i think, is with our president," says garang, who was a former adviser to president kiir and has called for him to step down. "all of us, as the leaders of south sudan, we did not lead our people properly."asked why she did not speak out against human rights abuses while she was an adviser, garang claims that






women take to streets to demand end to south sudan war | news


they marched in silence, yet their message was loud and clear.hundreds of women covered their mouths with tape on saturday as they took to the streets in south sudan's capital, juba, to demand an end to their country's war and the suffering of its people.carrying posters and signs that read "bring back our peace now!", "save my future, stop the war" and "enough of the bloodshed", women of all ages expressed their anger at a conflict now entering its fifth year."we, the women of south sudan, have decided that we have had enough of this. this war has been going on for a long time," a demonstrator said after briefly removing the piece of white tape from her mouth."women continue to be raped and killed; they don't have access to their homes; and there is no humanitarian access for people in ne






south sudan feels the chill as trump’s foreign aid cuts loom


bidi bidi, uganda (ap) — president donald trump’s proposed deep cuts in foreign aid could mark the retreat of u.s. support for south sudan, a nation america enthusiastically helped to create.the world’s youngest country gained freedom in 2011 after a u.s.-led peace process, later saw its civil war pause after a u.s.-backed peace agreement — and now could become the face of a dramatic global drop in u.s. assistance.trump’s budget plan, which requires approval from congress, promises to “reduce or end” support for organizations that offer humanitarian support and slashes more than $200 million from u.n. peacekeeping, which operates mostly in africa. both are part of a $10.1 billion foreign aid cut to support trump’s “america first” vision.with a three-year civil war and a recently declared f






there are no clear winners in south sudan's war | south sudan


kajo keji country, south sudan -  with their faces and clothes caked in dust after a long, gruelling bus journey, we are greeted by dozens of hungry and tired-looking rebels at a camp near the south sudan-uganda border.carrying ak-47 assault rifles, machetes, grenade launchers and even bows and arrows, the rebels, who have been brought in as reinforcements, have no time to rest and quickly prepare for the front lines.who's to blame for south sudan's civil war? - upfronttheir commanders are uncomfortable that government troops are only 15km away.the rebels belong to the sudan people's liberation movement-in-opposition (splm-io) group, the country's main rebel group, who are fighting against government soldiers, also known as the sudan people's liberation army (spla).the spla is historically






women take to streets to demand end to south sudan war | news


they marched in silence, yet their message was loud and clear.hundreds of women covered their mouths with tape on saturday as they took to the streets in south sudan's capital, juba, to demand an end to their country's war and the suffering of its people.carrying posters and signs that read "bring back our peace now!", "save my future, stop the war" and "enough of the bloodshed", women of all ages expressed their anger at a conflict now entering its fifth year."we, the women of south sudan, have decided that we have had enough of this. this war has been going on for a long time," a demonstrator said after briefly removing the piece of white tape from her mouth."women continue to be raped and killed; they don't have access to their homes, and there is no humanitarian access for people in ne






south sudan feels the chill as trump's foreign aid cuts loom


bidi bidi, uganda — president donald trump's proposed deep cuts in foreign aid could mark the retreat of u.s. support for south sudan, a nation america enthusiastically helped to create.the world's youngest country gained freedom in 2011 after a u.s.-led peace process, later saw its civil war pause after a u.s.-backed peace agreement — and now could become the face of a dramatic global drop in u.s. assistance.trump's budget plan, which requires approval from congress, promises to "reduce or end" support for organizations that offer humanitarian support and slashes more than $200 million from u.n. peacekeeping, which operates mostly in africa. both are part of a $10.1 billion foreign aid cut to support trump's "america first" vision.with a three-year civil war and a recently declared famine






a man and his machine in africa — and his quest to bring healthcare to his peopl


the refugees cross a narrow wooden bridge over a stream from south sudan’s war to uganda’s refugee camps carrying bundles of clothes, mattresses and sacks of cassava flour. they wheel bicycles or even drive a few goats.seme khemis arrived in january carrying a box on his head.inside was an ultrasound machine.the story of khemis and his machine is that of one man’s struggle to make a small difference in a country ravaged by war and neglect.khemis, who is 31 and has a thin face, gentle eyes and a manner that veers between breathless enthusiasm and stoic compassion, is not a doctor. but he is intimately acquainted with south sudan’s impoverished health system.bringing healthcare to one tiny community was the thing that he felt he could do that would help most.war has been a near constant in s






there are no clear winners in south sudan's war |


kajo keji country, south sudan -  with their faces and clothes caked in dust after a long and gruelling bus journey, we're greeted by dozens of hungry and tired-looking rebels at a camp near the south sudan-uganda border.carrying ak-47 assault rifles, machetes, grenade launchers and even bows and arrows, the rebels, who have been brought in as reinforcements, have no time to rest and quickly prepare for the front lines.who's to blame for south sudan's civil war? - upfronttheir commanders are uncomfortable that government troops are only 15km away.the rebels belong to the sudan people's liberation movement-in-opposition (splm-io) group, the country's main rebel group, who are fighting against government soldiers, also known as the sudan people's liberation army (spla).the spla is historical






south sudan: un, us failed to prevent ethnic cleansing | news


south sudan, the world’s youngest country, has received more than $1 billion in humanitarian aid every year from the u.s. and the u.n. it gained independence in 2011 with the strong support of the bush and obama administrations.but in 2013, civil war broke out between forces loyal to kiir and supporters of his former deputy, known as the rebels. while both sides have been accused of atrocities, the u.n. says a majority have been committed by government soldiers.a peace deal brokered by the u.s. and the international community collapsed in july 2016.until the summer of 2016, south sudan’s yei region was a leafy oasis in the midst of the country’s civil war. but when a national peace deal broke down and government soldiers ransacked the area, a handful of u.n. and u.s. officials begged their






south sudan: un, us failed to prevent ethnic cleansing | news


south sudan, the world’s youngest country, has received more than $1bn in humanitarian aid every year from the united states and the united nations. it gained independence in 2011 with the strong support of the bush and obama administrations.but in 2013, civil war broke out between forces loyal to president salva kiir and supporters of his former deputy, riek machar, who are known as the rebels. while both sides have been accused of atrocities, the un says the majority have been committed by government soldiers.a peace deal brokered by the us and the international community collapsed in july 2016.until the summer of 2016, south sudan’s yei region was a leafy oasis in the midst of the country’s civil war. but when a national peace deal broke down, and government soldiers ransacked the area,






sudanese rebel group releases 127 prisoners | sudan news


a sudanese rebel group has freed 127 people it had captured in fighting with government forces, according to the country's army.those released by the sudan people's liberation movement-north (splm-n) included 109 soldiers and 18 civilians, brigadier ahmed khalifa al-shami, the army spokesman, said in a statement on sunday."the sudanese army recognises this as a positive step towards achieving peace in the country."the splm-n had captured the prisoners in blue nile and south kordofan states, where the group has been fighting sudanese government forces for years.it was not clear how long the prisoners spent in captivity.in 2011, south sudan gained independence from sudan following a 2005 peace deal that ended africa's longest-running civil war.after a referendum, in which an overwhelming maj






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sudanese rebel group releases 127 prisoners | sudan news


a sudanese rebel group has freed 127 people it had captured in fighting with government forces, according to the country's army.those released by the sudan people's liberation movement-north (splm-n) included 109 soldiers and 18 civilians, brigadier ahmed khalifa al-shami, the army spokesman, said in a statement on sunday."the sudanese army recognises this as a positive step towards achieving peace in the country."the splm-n had captured the prisoners in blue nile and south kordofan states, where the group has been fighting sudanese government forces for years.it was not clear how long the prisoners spent in captivity.in 2011, south sudan gained independence from sudan following a 2005 peace deal that ended africa's longest-running civil war.after a referendum, in which an overwhelming maj






sudanese rebel group releases 127 prisoners | sudan news


a sudanese rebel group has freed 127 people it had captured in fighting with government forces, according to the country's army.those released by the sudan people's liberation movement-north (splm-n) included 109 soldiers and 18 civilians, brigadier ahmed khalifa al-shami, the army spokesman, said in a statement on sunday."the sudanese army recognises this as a positive step towards achieving peace in the country."the splm-n had captured the prisoners in blue nile and south kordofan states, where the group has been fighting sudanese government forces for years.it was not clear how long the prisoners spent in captivity.in 2011, south sudan gained independence from sudan following a 2005 peace deal that ended africa's longest-running civil war.after a referendum, in which an overwhelming maj






why are tensions rising in the red sea region? | turkey news


tensions in the red sea region have been brewing for months but came to the fore when turkish president recep tayyip erdogan visited sudan last month.the visit, hailed as historic, was the first by a turkish head of state since 1956 when sudan gained independence.sudan's official state news agency said the two countries agreed to set up a strategic planning group to discuss international affairs, and that they intended to conclude a military deal.among more than a dozen agreements signed by erdogan and sudanese president omar al-bashir was a deal to temporarily hand over the red sea island of suakin to turkey.ankara and khartoum said turkey would rebuild the ruined, sparsely populated ottoman island to increase tourism and create a transit point for pilgrims crossing the red sea to islam's






south sudan: 'there are only dead bodies' | south sudan


moyo, yumbe, and adjumani, uganda - edina itaya shakes under the scorching sun in northern uganda . mechanically, she describes her oldest son's final day in south sudan . "they came to our house and took my son, drowned him in the river. that is why i fled," edina whispers calmly, before describing the four days in september when she was raped by government soldiers.in the bidibidi settlement in northern uganda - one of the largest refugee settlements in the world - edina is surrounded by clay huts, filled latrines and naked children. the settlement is home to 272,000 south sudanese; some of the  800,000 who, according to the united nations, have escaped to uganda.fleeing south from their home, edina and her three remaining children made it to the town of baji, where they, along with othe






un: six aid workers killed in an ambush in south sudan | south sudan news


six aid workers have been killed in an ambush in famine-hit south sudan, the united nations said on sunday, without specifying  what organisation they worked for. the victims were attacked on saturday as they travelled from the capital, juba, to the eastern town of pibor, according to the  un office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs (ocha)."i am appalled and outraged by the heinous murder of six courageous humanitarians in south sudan," eugene owusu, the un humanitarian coordinator for south sudan, said in a statement."at a time when humanitarian needs have reached unprecedented levels, it is entirely unacceptable that those who are trying to help are being attacked and killed," owusu added. read more: south sudan famine - eating water lilies to survive according to ocha, it was






un: six aid workers killed in an ambush in south sudan | south sudan news


six aid workers have been killed in an ambush in famine-hit south sudan, the united nations said on sunday, without specifying what organisation they worked for. the victims were attacked on saturday as they travelled from the capital, juba, to the eastern town of pibor, according to the un office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs (ocha)."i am appalled and outraged by the heinous murder of six courageous humanitarians in south sudan," eugene owusu, the un humanitarian coordinator for south sudan, said in a statement."at a time when humanitarian needs have reached unprecedented levels, it is entirely unacceptable that those who are trying to help are being attacked and killed," owusu added. read more: south sudan famine - eating water lilies to survive according to ocha, it was t






south sudan promises ‘unimpeded’ aid access amid famine


watamu, kenya (ap) — south sudan’s president said tuesday his government will ensure “unimpeded access” for all aid organizations, a day after famine was declared for more than 100,000 people in the country suffering from years of civil war.the united nations and others have long accused the government of blocking or restricting aid delivery in the east african nation.president salva kiir’s remarks to the transitional national assembly came after the famine was declared in parts of oil-rich unity state. more than 100,000 people are affected, according to south sudan’s government and u.n. agencies. they say another 1 million people are on the brink of starvation.south sudan has repeatedly promised to allow full humanitarian access across the country, but with little effect. some in kiir’s g






south sudan experiencing ethnic cleansing, un report says


kampala, uganda (ap) — a new united nations report describes south sudan as teetering on the edge of genocide and experiencing ethnic cleansing, a stark portrayal of a nation whose crises now include famine.the seven-month inquiry by the u.n. commission on human rights into south sudan is the most comprehensive report so far into ethnic cleansing and conditions that could lead to genocide in the nation deep in civil war, according to u.n. officials.the report includes new details on deliberate starvation and bombardment of civilians. it describes the use of hate speech by top officials including president salva kiir.“violations have mainly been committed by government soldiers, members of the national security service, police officers and militias aligned with” government forces, the repor






japan to end 5-year peacekeeping mission in south sudan


tokyo — japan is ending its peacekeeping mission in troubled south sudan after five years, prime minister shinzo abe announced friday.abe told reporters that japan would not renew the mission after the current rotation returns in may. the 350-person infrastructure team has been focused on road construction.the team, which arrived in south sudan in november, was the first from japan with an expanded mandate to use force if necessary to protect civilians and u.n. staff. the japanese military's use of force is limited by its post-world war ii constitution.abe said japan would continue to assist south sudan in other ways such as with food assistance and humanitarian support, and will keep some personnel at the u.n. peacekeeping command office.the decision to withdraw comes amid concern about t






as us weighs lifting sudan sanctions, south sudan a concern


wadakona, south sudan — as the united states considers lifting sanctions on sudan, one of the most sensitive issues is on display in these tense borderlands: weapons. south sudan's government accuses its neighbor of supplying arms to rebels fighting its bloody civil war.on a visit last month, the associated press spoke with opposition fighters who recently defected to the south sudan government side. they described how weapons flow in from sudan — and how rebels flee there to find safe harbor.past documentation by arms experts that sudan has supplied weapons to south sudan's rebels are a concern as the trump administration considers permanently lifting sanctions on sudan in october. the sanctions have been in place for two decades because of grave human rights concerns.sudan's government h






facebook atwitter over friendly fox sightings in southern minnesota


a friendly pet fox named notchi has gone missing from his lakeville home and is gallivanting across southern minnesota, despite multiple run-ins with humans, a social media paign and a $1,000 reward for his return.notchi, a tame, 8-month-old red fox, was rescued from a fur farm as a kit by mikayla raines, 21, who has a usda license to keep foxes. notchi has distinctive silver and white markings because foxes used for fur often are bred over generations for unique colors.foxes generally make poor pets, raines said, because they mark their territory and chew things up.“there’s just a special bond that i have with foxes that i can’t explain,” raines said. “you have to work hard to bond with a fox, but i like the challenge.”more than 50 people have spotted notchi traipsing from lonsdale to was