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Senior South Sudanese army generals who defected in 2015 from the opposition group led by Riek Machar have returned to the capital, Juba following months of negotiations with government. The group that was fighting both the government and the opposition group led by Riek Machar calls on the government of South Sudan to negotiate with factions fighting in different parts of the country to bring lasting peace. CCTV's Patrick Oyet reports.
Aqui temos alguns momentos e temos só 1 dos 3 gols (tem um que parece que é gol mas percebe-se que o juiz marca impedimento) da vitória do Burundi sobre o Sudão do Sul em jogo válido pelo grupo C das eliminatórias para a Copa Africana de Nações 2019.
The nightmare civil war in South Sudan, explained Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Widespread ethnic cleansing, burning villages, looming starvation, and gang rape “so prevalent that it’s become ‘normal.’” This is what UN experts found when they took a 10-day trip to the African country of South Sudan in late November. Now they’re sounding the alarm, warning that South Sudan, the world’s newest country, is “on the brink of catastrophe” that could rival the horrors of the 1994 Rwandan genocide. In that conflict, some 800,000 people were slaughtered in the span of just 100 days while the international community watched, unable or unwilling to stop the bloodshed. Former President Bill Clinton has called his decision not to intervene one of the biggest regrets of his presidenc...
South Sudan’s civil war threatens the livelihood – and possibly the existence – of the Shilluk ethnic group. The UN has warned of government-driven ethnic cleansing in the Upper Nile region. DW's Simona Foltyn reports from Kodok. For more go to http://www.dw.com/en/opinion-stop-the-violence-fix-the-famine/a-37671329
Dozens of young people from various South Sudanese ethnic groups are in Ethiopia. They're hoping to convince the chair of the Intergovernmental Authority for Development to revitalize regional efforts to bring peace to their country. The unrest in South Sudan is entering its fifth year. The youth initiative is part of an attempt to involve South Sudan's neighbours in reconcilation projects. Coletta Wanjohi reports Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Zvqj30aIsgY Follow us on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cgtnafrica/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cgtnafrica
The legendary Dinka of Southern Sudan are one of the most outstanding groups of pastoralists on the African continent. Covered with ash and up to seven foot six inches tall, the Dinka were referred to as gentle giants by the early explorers. Living in perfect harmony with their cattle, they believe their animals are their essential link to God. During the dry season they move their herds in search of pasture through the vast swamplands of the River Nile, crossing its many tributaries and surviving on the milk of their cattle. Numbering more than two million and one of the largest ethnic groups in Africa, the Dinka are also among the least touched by western ways. Angela Fisher and Carol Beckwith have spent a lifetime studying the peoples of the Horn of Africa, and have published their ...
International Crisis Group and the Embassy of Japan in Belgium co-hosted the event "From Prolonged Crisis to Sustainable Peace: Challenges for South Sudan and the Role of the International Community", on 17 November 2015 in Brussels to discuss how to support the August peace agreement to end South Sudan’s civil war. South Sudan’s Foreign Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin, representatives of African states and the donor community discussed the world’s newest state’s development and security challenges. Please note that an earlier version of this video included footage from Nuba (Sudan), which has been removed.
Probably this is the only video document - published on the net - of the Anya-Nya guerrillas of South Sudan Liberation Front in the First War of South Sudan's Independence (1956-1972). It was "shot" in 16 mm. in November 1970. The author Giorgio Rapanelli was the third Italian to smuggle in South Sudan, after the actor and documentary filmmaker Antonio Cifariello, and the journalist Francesco Rosso. Giorgio Rapanelli met in the Adodi's village Samuel Lolik Lado and Abdel Rahman Sule. www.giorgiorapanelli.wordpress.com
The political and military elite of South Sudan have made themselves rich while the country has been impoverished by a civil war of their making, according to a report commissioned by George Clooney. An investigative unit called “The Sentry” co-funded by the actor, and activist John Prendergast, spent two years following the money trail. Please subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog Islamic State's 'Most Wanted' https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBX5GE4jXnF9bvF4C801cul3 World In Pictures https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBX37n4R0UGJN-TLiQOm7ZTP Big Hitters https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBUME-LUrFkDwFmiEc3jwMXP Just Good News https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLS3XGZxi7cBUsYo_P26cjihXLN-k3w246
Read the entire issue devoted to South Sudan: http://www.vice.com/read/saving-south-sudan Late last year, South Sudan's president, Salva Kiir, accused his former vice president, Riek Machar, of attempting a coup d'état amid accusations of rampant corruption within the government. Infighting immediately broke out within the presidential guard, sparking what has now become a brutal tribal and civil war that has pitted Machar's ethnic Nuer loyalists against the majority Dinka, who have sided with Kiir. Machar narrowly escaped assassination, fleeing to the deep bush as Kiir's troops razed his home and killed his bodyguards. And now the world's newest sovereign nation is in imminent danger of becoming a failed state. In February, journalists and filmmakers Robert Young Pelton and Tim Freccia ...
South Sudan became the world's newest nation after declaring independence from Sudan in 2011. However, in 2013 the country was plunged into civil war, as President Kiir – of the Dinka ethnic group – fired his deputy Riek Machar from the Nuer group and his cabinet. IBTimes UK spoke to South Sudan’s former deputy defence minister Majak D'Agoot on civil war and peace process.
For more than eighteen months, the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), the regional body mediating peace negotiations to end South Sudan’s civil war, has struggled to secure a deal in the face of deep regional divisions and the parties’ truculence. In this video, Crisis Group's South Sudan Analyst Casie Copeland explains how to overcome these challenges.