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    1. Tensions surge among South Sudan former rebels

      AFP via Yahoo! NewsJul 23 10:29 AM

      Tensions surfaced Saturday within South Sudan's former rebel movement over a minister seen as a rival to vice president Riek Machar. The central figure is Mining Minister Taban Deng Gai, who the dissenters said will act as interim vice president in Machar's absence. "The leadership has nominated Taban Deng Gai to act as the first vice-president of the Republic of South Sudan," Ezekiel Lol ...

      South Sudan: opposition split deepens turmoil am... - Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! News

      South Sudan armed opposition claims to remove vi... - Associated Press via Yahoo! News

      South Sudan opposition replaces missing leader M... - Al Jazeera via Yahoo UK & Ireland News

    2. Nigeria fail to reach next year's Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations in Zambia, falling to a shock 3-4 home defeat to Sudan who seal a famous qualification.

      South Sudan Deputy Leader Replaced - The Wall Street Journal

    3. U.N. rights expert says South Sudan must release editor

      Reuters via Yahoo! NewsJul 21 06:39 AM

      South Sudan's arrest of a prominent newspaper editor is unlawful and he must be released, the United Nations expert on freedom of expression said on Thursday. Alfred Taban, founder and editor of the privately run Juba Monitor, was detained on Saturday for writing articles that criticized South Sudan's leaders over a flare-up in violence earlier this month. "The arrest and detention of Mr. Taban...

    4. U.N. rights expert says South Sudan must release editor

      Reuters via Yahoo! NewsJul 21 06:45 AM

      South Sudan's arrest of a prominent newspaper editor is unlawful and he must be released, the United Nations expert on freedom of expression said on Thursday. Alfred Taban, founder and editor of the privately run Juba Monitor, was detained on Saturday for writing articles that criticised South Sudan's leaders over a flare-up in violence earlier this month. "The arrest and detention of Mr. Taban...

    5. A faction of South Sudan's armed opposition says it has replaced its leader who is also the country's first vice president, Riek Machar, amid uncertainty over his whereabouts.

    6. Fresh violence has engulfed South Sudan on the eve of the fifth anniversary of its independence, leading to the death of 300 people, the displacement of tens of thousands and sparking fears that the country is on the verge of another civil war. Yet in the midst of the conflict, there is one bright spot…

    7. Sudan and military coups

      Sudan TribuneJul 23 12:57 PM

      The military coups Epidemics handcuffed progress of Sudan By Mahmoud A. Suleiman Tuesday July 19, 2016 marks the 45th anniversary of the military coup, which led by Maj. Hashim Ata against the ruling military regime - also called May 25 Revolution, led by Mohammed Jaafar Nimeiri. The military coup led by Hashim al-Ata on July 19, 1971 is a milestone in the modern history of Sudan. The ...

    8. South Sudan's vice president and former rebel leader Riek Machar has no plans for an immediate return to Juba, his supporters said Friday, accusing his rival President Salva Kiir of trying to oust or even kill him. Kiir had appealed on Thursday for Machar to return to Juba and work together towards rebuilding peace, pledging to guarantee his safety. "There is no point to come back to be ...

    9. South Sudan journalist John Gatluak knew the risks of war: his radio station was destroyed twice but he never stopped broadcasting the news, even when hiding in swamps. "Being a journalist in South Sudan is risking one's life," Gatluak said last year when his station in the war-ravaged town of Leer was looted again, according to a statement from his employer Internews, which supports media ...

      South Sudan government rejects foreign troops, b... - Associated Press via Yahoo! News

    10. Sudan starts evacuating its nationals from S.Sudan

      AFP via Yahoo! NewsJul 15 07:48 AM

      Dozens of Sudanese arrived in Khartoum from Juba Friday as Sudan began evacuating at least 3,000 of its nationals from South Sudan, which split from the north five years ago. South Sudanese voted for independence from Sudan under a peace agreement in 2011, but the world's youngest country fell into a civil war that has killed tens of thousands of people. South Sudan was rocked by fighting again...

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