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South Sudan Crisis Threatens to Derail Tropical Disease Efforts
By James Smith, University of Edinburgh and Pete Kingsley, University of Edinburgh Since mid-December the nascent South Sudanese state has collapsed into inter-ethnic violence, sparked by a skirmish within the ...
January 7, 2014
Sudanese Oil Deal a Shaky Step Toward Peace
Joy over the official resumption of oil trade between Sudan and South Sudan on May 10 may not ...
May 16, 2013
Sudan vs. South Sudan: An Endless Political Game
After South Sudan seceded from Sudan in July 2011, the two neighboring countries have failed to implement agreements ...
February 13, 2013
Joseph Kony’s Top Bodyguard Slain
The top bodyguard for Joseph Kony, the infamous leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army, was killed.
January 21, 2013
S. Sudan’s Justice System Under Scrutiny
An U.N. resolution to abolish capital punishment will be voted on in December. South Sudan’s justice system is ...
November 7, 2012
Olympic Marathon Runner Competes Without a Country
South Sudan, which broke away from Sudan last year, is not yet recognized by the International Olympic Committee.
August 12, 2012
Sudan, S. Sudan Leaders in Talks
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir and his South Sudanese counterpart Salva Kiir met in Ethiopia in an attempt to ...
July 15, 2012
On First Birthday, S. Sudan Faces Major Problems
South Sudan, the world’s newest nation, marked its first year of independence from Sudan Monday, but the sub-Saharan ...
July 9, 2012
Sudan Releases Four Detained Foreigners
Sudan released four foreigners who were captured last month in the disputed Heglig region, it was reported on ...
May 20, 2012
Both Sudans Need to Stop Conflict, African Union Says
The African Union demanded that Sudan stop bombing South Sudanese targets near the border, media reports said.
April 25, 2012
Sudan Bombs Two S. Sudan Towns
The U.S. State Department are condemning the northerly attacks on South Sudan and urge the South Sudan party ...
April 23, 2012
Security Council Mulls Sanctioning Both Sudans
The United Nations Security Council is mulling imposing economic sanctions on both Sudan and South Sudan, after the ...
April 19, 2012
UN Mission in Sudan Bombed
The United Nations mission in South Sudan said on Monday that one of its camps was bombed by ...
April 16, 2012
Two Sudans Edge Dangerously Close to Another War
The Sudanese Parliament mobilized the army after soldiers from South Sudan gained control of the oil-rich northern town ...
April 11, 2012
Sudan, South Sudan Clash Near Oilfields
Sudanese warplanes on Tuesday bombed oilfields in South Sudan’s Unity state located along the disputed border between the ...
March 27, 2012
Epoch Times Staff
South Sudan to Not Arrest Sudan’s President
Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir will not be arrested in South Sudan when he arrives there later this year.
March 15, 2012
South Sudan Militia Kills 50 in Clashes
Ethnic clashes in South Sudan flared up again, with gunmen killing at least 50 people in the restive ...
January 17, 2012
Kevin McCarthy Says House Democrat Told Him They Want to Switch Parties
Passage of Hong Kong Bill Could be ‘Imminent’: Senators
Ken Starr, Former Clinton Prosecutor, Says Impeachment Efforts Lack a Star Witness
State Department’s Firing of Worker Over Perceived Support of Obama Was Inappropriate: OIG
Congressman’s Son Says He Was Assaulted by ‘Socialists’ on College Campus
7.1 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Near Indonesia, Tsunami Warning Issued
Democrat Rep. Van Drew Says Impeachment Testimony Is ‘Hearsay’