Monthly Archives: March 2014

Seven Political detainees will appears tomorrow for trial

By Denis Dumo-JUBA The seven Political detainees who were released on bail in Addis Ababa last month will appear tomorrow before the court to be testifying for their crimes accused by the government of South Sudan of allaged to overthrow … Continue reading

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Lack of political will to negotiates

  By Denis Dumo Scopas-Ethiopia     “If you observe with a child’s eye, you will realize that the remnants of our armed forces which represent only 30% of the original SPLA forces before the crisis are more interested in … Continue reading

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Nybaba: I don’t know why I’m no longer on Coup list

By Denis Dumo Scopas-JUBA   Qn: Dr Peter Adwok, what does it mean that your name was not among the 11 coup plotters accused by the government of attempted a coup? Adwok, I don’t know why they did not mention … Continue reading

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Scramble to decongest Juba camps after first rains

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 By Denis Dumo-Juba  The United Nations and aid agencies say they are rushing to decongest the overcrowded Tongping and UN House camps in Juba after a week of rains, the first of the impending rainy season…

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Salary disputes escort Juba in coma

By Denis Dumo Scopas-Juba Tension scored in Juba capital of South Sudan Wednesday morning and evening as five SPLA soldiers were reported killed, others injured and several residents flee their areas with panic where fighting erupted at military barrack in … Continue reading

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Its looks like-Riek Machar-is confused

By Denis Dumo Scopas Denis Dumo Scopas in a dialogue with the SPLM Party secretary for Information and Culture, Hon. Bol Makueng Yuol who stressed the stand of his Party SPLM.       Q1- Two members from the same party- … Continue reading

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Scramble to decongest Juba camps after first rains

 By Denis Dumo-Juba  The United Nations and aid agencies say they are rushing to decongest the overcrowded Tongping and UN House camps in Juba after a week of rains, the first of the impending rainy season in South Sudan. The … Continue reading

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