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Graft: S Sudan ministers suspended
Tanzanians who are most at risk of HIV face widespread police abuse and often can't get help when they are victims of crime.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Walta Information Centre
Khartoum agrees to AU mediation with Juba - Tuesday, 18 June 2013 12:26
The Sudanese government has officially announced its acceptance of proposals made by the head of the African Union High-level Implementation Panel , Thabo Mbeki aimed at bridging the gap with Juba.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Sudan: China Steps in to Seek Solution to Sudan's Oil Shutdown Crisis
The Chinese special envoy to Africa Zhong Jianhua held talks in Khartoum today with the oil minister Awad al-Jaz in the wake of Sudan's decision last week to block flow of oil from landlocked South Sudan.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Sudan: Solution to Sudan Crisis
AU mediator Thabo Mbeki has presented proposals for the Sudanese government to overcome the oil crisis and tackle tensions with South Sudan, Sudanese Media Centre reported.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Voice of America
S. Sudan Focuses on Girls on Day of African Child
South Sudanese school children hold a poster during a march in Juba to mark the Day of the African Child.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Times of Oman
South Sudan calls for talks with Sudan over oil spat
Juba: South Sudan has urged the African Union to help resolve a bitter dispute with former civil war foes Sudan, after Khartoum ordered oil pipelines to be shut and accusing Juba of backing rebels.
Tokyo No Longer World's Most Expensive City for Expats
For the first time since 2010, Tokyo is not the most expensive location for international job assignments, having been surpassed by Oslo, Norway, according to a new survey by ECA International, a global human resource consulting firm.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Voice of America
Murle Leaders Stake Peace Hopes on Talks with Yau Yau
Ismail Konyi, a leader of the Murle in Jonglei, believes he might be able to convince Yau Yau, who is also a Murle, to end his rebellion against the government in Juba because of their shared ethnicity.
Sudan Officially Notifies it Will Haa
Sudan officially informed South Sudan on Tuesday that it would freeze their oil and economic agreements and stop allowing its neighbor to export crude through its territory within two months.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
What it means to leave Uganda for 'kyeyo'
The story of people leaving Uganda to make more money elsewhere has been told many times.
South Sudan: Multi-Donor Trust Fund - Improving Life for 8.3 Million People
As South Sudan heads toward the second anniversary of its Independence this July, the country is beginning to see the results of more than seven years of development efforts aimed at improving the lives of its 8.3 million citizens.
Sudan: Sudan Army Rejects Juba's Allegations of Incursions
The spokesman of the Sudan Armed Forces Colonel Al-Sawarmi Khalid Saad dismissed accusations made by South Sudan of incursions into its territory calling it "baseless".
Prosecutor wants pimping charges dropped against DSK
French ex-IMF chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn visits National Credit Bank in Juba, South Sudan, on May 14, 2013.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
South Sudan urges Sudan to keep security pact
George Zimmerman's attorney doubts he will be able to find jurors who haven't heard about the Trayvon Martin fatal shooting.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Sudan: 'All Treaties With South Sudan Cancelled' As Khartoum Vows to Halt Flow of Oil
The Sudanese government has announced that it is "cancelling all treaties and agreements with South Sudan in reaction to the country's continued support of the rebels".
Sat Jun 08, 2013
farah stockmanThe Wild West in South Sudan
The sun is already stalking Juba. The breeze off the Nile is as moist and warm as breath.
Sudan leader 'halts South Sudan oil flow'
SUDAN'S President Omar al-Bashir has ordered a halt to the flow of oil from South Sudan, less than two months after southern crude returned to Sudanese territory, official radio reports say.