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Lawmakers have given mixed reactions to the fresh violence that broke out on Friday and went into Monday in S.Sudan, one of the country’s biggest trading partners. The MPs are torn between having a UPDF intervention and leaving the S.Sudanese rival factions to go it alone. The State Minister for foreign affairs Okello Oryem told Parliament that a compressive statement shall be brought to the house on Thursday Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NTVUganda
East African Community heads of state will meet at the weekend here in Kampala to discuss the progress of the Northern Corridor Integration Projects. But there is concern over the current impasse in the roadmap to the implementation of the proposed unity government in South Sudan. Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ambassador James Mugume says the failure by Dr. Riek Machar, to return to Juba to join the unity government as VICE president is stalling the peace process. He says South Sudan that is a new member of the Northern Corridor Integration Projects, must resolve the contentious issues in the African Union backed unity government. Subscribe to Our Channel For more news visit http://www.ntv.co.ug Follow us on Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ntvuganda Like our Facebo...
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Members of the South Sudanese Dinka community gathered from Queensland and New South Wales at Blacktown International Sports Park to express their culture through their traditions of song, dance and wrestling. Production: Young Storytellers Music: Yea Beats - Entertainment
The UN Security council has warned South Sudan's president against reneging on his promise to sign a peace deal. Salva Kiir is expected to sign the agreement on Wednesday at a meeting of regional leaders in Juba. Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website http://www.aljazeera.com/
A FORCE FOR PEACE. CHANGE. A FORCE FOR THE FUTURE. As part of a six month awareness campaign on Peacekeeping, Peacekeepers in South Sudan express their hopes and wishes for South Sudan, where about 100,000 Internally Displaced Civilians are seeking protection in ten UNMISS bases around the country. Fighting broke out in mid- December 2013, but tensions still arise despite Cessation of Hostilities Agreements.
As diplomats and activists express concern about the slow pace of logistics for south Sudan's referendum on succession, the southern government is planning to repatriate millions of refugees displaced during the civil war. The region, which is autonomus from the central government in Khartoum, wants the refugees to vote in January's referendum. The vote is a key part of the 2005 peace agreement that ended the war which led to 2 million deaths, according to aid agencies. Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa travelled to Sindirun Lugara village in southern Sudan and spoke to families who have already started returning.
Save the Children supports children in groups, and as individuals, to express themselves. In the new South Sudan, children form the largest percentage of the society by population. Youth participation is a meaningful way to include children's voices in the development of this newest nation, the 193rd in the world. The key is to empower children within their schools, homes and communities. When I was talking with the students featured in this video, they expressed such appreciation at the opportunity to be heard - to be encouraged to speak their minds and talk about their hopes for the new country and their government. Watch to see just how intelligent and powerful their messages are.
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This is the border town of Nasir in South Sudan where the rebels have set up one of their main camps. The people around this town do not fear to express their support for the rebels. Young boys move freely with guns. The rest of the community members also go about with their daily business. As the international community looks at the power struggle in South Sudan, in this area, the conflict has taken tribal lines. The residents here from the Nuer tribe, the same as rebel leader Riek Machar , are convinced that the war is against them. Already living in a flashpoint in the country's deadly violence, the residents here know that there is a possibility of a clash between the rebels and government forces anytime. But some say they are not ready to leave.
Some of the Media Houses in have been instructed not to publish any story concerning Federalism, but the South Sudan Information Minister Michael Makuei Lueth said the government did not give any instruction to stop talking about federalism, everybody has right to express his opinion about the government system. But today there is still report said some of the media houses has been detained because of publishing federalism issues in their newspaper, now who is who here.