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March 25, 2018 (JUBA) - Rival South Sudanese forces have issued statements in which each side blames the other of initiating new clashes in violation of the ceasefire in multiple places in the country, raising doubts over the commitment of the parties to ending war. JPEG - 100 kb; South Sudan's army ...
Fighting has been reported in the northeastern states of Latjor, Fasoda and in the southern region of Kajo-Keji in Yei River State despite a recently signed ceasefire. The South Sudanese army and the main rebel group, the Sudan People's Liberation Army-In Opposition (SPLA-IO), have accused each other ...

The study assessed the feasibility and cost of developing South Sudan's river barge transport system. While used locally for smaller transports, the White Nile River is barely used for larger goods transports. This is because the river is not deep or wide enough for barges to pass in some parts according to ...
Juba, South Sudan, 23 March, 2018 – Developing the river infrastructure and transport system could improve access and reduce the cost of transport of food and aid in South Sudan. Some of the country's biggest humanitarian issues are directly linked to, and worsened by its poor infrastructure. The country ...
Sudan last year banned imports of all Egyptian agricultural goods, a move analysts saw as largely political and tied to a litany of Sudanese grievances, chief among them disputed ... The two leaders vowed to cooperate in managing the effects of the dam, which Egypt fears will cut into its share of the river.
DOHA: Qatar Charity has implemented various water projects at many places in Sudan to provide clean potable water to poor and needy people. ... Qatar Charity set up four water purification plants in many villages scattered along the Nile River, at cost of QR7.5m, to cover the needs of more than 87,000 ...

... were now moved to an intensive care wing at a Khartoum hospital and would be monitored by specialists. Twins born with two heads, but sharing one body, are known as dicephalic parapagus. It reportedly affects around one in a million births and has not been previously recorded in hospitals in Sudan.
A Sudanese boy from Dinka tribe touches the horns of a cow at their cattle camp in Mingkaman, Lakes State, South Sudan. All photos by ... Members of the Dinka tribe from the highlands of South Sudan have begun their annual migration to the country's lowlands near the River Nile. The pastoralists, who ...
Macit urged Turkish businesspeople to establish a system to process those metals and integrate them with Turkey's gold exchange market to provide overseas finance for Sudan. He said five consortiums were set with Sudanese and Turkish businesspeople in the fields of construction, energy, mining, ...
The reports we have been getting for the last three days indicated that the rebel groups loyal to [Thomas] Cirilo and Riek Machar have been fighting among themselves,” Koang told VOA's South Sudan in Focus. Bishop Hillary Adeba of Yei Diocese of the Episcopal Church of South Sudan confirmed fighting ...
February 23, 2018 (JUBA) - The Sudan People's Liberation Movement In Opposition (SPLM-IO) has accused the South Sudanese army of preparing to launch new attacks on its positions in Yei River state in South Sudan's Equatoria region and attacking civilians in neighbouring areas. On 21 February, the ...
A new dam on the Nile could trigger a war over water unless Ethiopia can agree a deal with Egypt and Sudan, writes the BBC's Africa Correspondent Alastair Leithead. It is often said the world's next world war will be fought over water and there are few places as tense as the River Nile. Egypt and Ethiopia ...
In order to realize this Shared Vision Objective, Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Egypt, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Sudan Tanzania and Uganda established the Nile Basin Initiative as a transitional institution with two component Programs: (a) a Shared Vision Program to build water ...
Remains of a 2,600-year-old statue with an inscription written in Egyptian hieroglyphics has been discovered in a temple at Dangeil, an archaeological site along the Nile River in Sudan. Found in an ancient temple dedicated to the Egyptian god Amun, the statue depicts Aspelta, who was the ruler of the ...
Kosti — River-based transport between Sudan and South Sudan is set to resume. The government started preparing the river-based means of transport in order to resume trade with South Sudan after a republican decree to open trade with the border countries. Yasin Humeida, the chairman of the Nile ...
Hundreds of residents of the Jonglei State capital of Bor are sleeping under the stars after local authorities demolished their houses Tuesday to make way for new roads. Residents awoke to the sound of a bulldozer destroying their houses in the Marol area, where many South Sudanese had settled illegally ...
Leaders of Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan met this week to restore cordial relations on the Nile River water after weeks of frosty ties between Egypt and Sudan. ... We are speaking as one nation, not three,” Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi reportedly said after a meeting on 30 January with Sudanese ...

That such a package exists is a damning indictment of our stewardship of our environment, and this week's death of Sudan, the world's last male ... From there we flew over the Great Rift Valley and into the Masai Mara National Reserve, low enough to see hippos splashing around in the Mara River below.
Sudan, the world's last male northern white rhinoceros, died in Kenya on Monday, leaving his species one step closer to extinction, even as a group of scientists undertake an unprecedented effort to try to keep this animal from vanishing entirely. Sudan was 45 years old, and his health had deteriorated in ...
On March 6, the U.S. Government (USG) announced an additional $184 million in humanitarian assistance for the South Sudan response, including $145 million for interventions in South Sudan and nearly $39 million for life-saving assistance to South Sudanese refugees in neighboring countries. The new ...
The Egyptians have long held a dominant position over the river, having a 69 percent share of the waters due to a 1959 treaty with Sudan. ... once again, Sudan retracted their ambassador from Cairo in early January, sparking a series of military motions and posturings around the Eritrean-Sudanese border.
The mega-dam could both politically and economically transform the Horn of Africa. For some countries downstream, like Sudan, it will provide cheaper electricity, and will help regulate the river's water levels, which are prone to yearly flooding. But Sudan's support could potentially disrupt a 1959 treaty with ...


 

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