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Amidst Unbelievable Horrors, Africans Are Worried About Trump

The Donald is on the minds of people in the beleaguered South Sudan. I’m sitting in the dark, sweating. The blinding white sun has long since set, but it’s still in the high 90s, which is a relief since it was above 110 earlier. Slumped...Show More Summary

Donald Trump in South Sudan

What Trumps the Horrors of a Hellscape? The Donald! Cross-posted with LEER, South Sudan -- I’m sitting in the dark, sweating. The blinding white sun has long since set, but it’s still in the high 90s, which is a relief since it was above 110 earlier. Show More Summary

Tomgram: Nick Turse, It Can't Happen Here, Can It?

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LEER, South Sudan -- I’m sitting in the dark, sweating. The blinding white sun has long since set, but it’s still in the high 90s, which is a relief since it was above 110 earlier...

Military Plane Crash Kills Five Sudanese Servicemen - Armed Forces

Five Sudanese servicemen were killed when a military plane crashed in the country’s south, Sudan Armed Forces said.

Is South Sudan finally on its way to peace?

Leaders of Africa's newest country have formed a transitional coalition government.

He Said He Was 17, but High School Basketball Player May Be Closer to 30

A student and standout athlete who immigrated from South Sudan to Canada was arrested after it was revealed that he misrepresented his age.

Turkey’s Constitution, Multipolar Missile Tests, India’s Uighur Scandal

Our show starts off by talking about the beginning of the South Sudan peace deal and the murderous rampage that a group of South Sudanese refugees carried out in western Ethiopia.

Constructive Feedback University GLOBAL WATCH: Saudi Arabia Announces An Exit From The Petroleum Market During The Same Time That Kenya And Tanzania Battle Over A Petroleum Pipeline To Carry Oil From South Sudan. QUESTION: WHICH COUNTRY IS MOST LIKELY T


South Sudan: After war, fears of a health emergency

Aid agencies warn of an impending medical crisis in the world's youngest nation as donor countries cut back on aid cash.

South Sudan war: US warns it could sanction leaders

US envoy says sanctions or an arms embargo may be imposed on political leaders if they fail to keep the peace.

U.S. says can use sanctions, arms embargo if South Sudan backtracks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is prepared to consider imposing sanctions or an arms embargo on South Sudan's leaders if they fail to cooperate in a proposed unity government to end conflict in the country, a senior U.S. official said on Wednesday.

A Major Breakthrough Brings The World's Youngest Nation Closer To Peace

South Sudan's leaders took the first tangible step toward peace in two and a half years on Tuesday, raising hopes the young country's nightmarish civil war could finally end. Opposition leader Riek Machar landed in the capital Juba on...Show More Summary

This may be South Sudan's best chance for peace since the civil war began

The return of opposition leader Riek Machar to South Sudan’s capital, Juba, offers the troubled nation its best hope of emerging from decades of on-and-off war. But the last-minute foot dragging of Machar and his opponent, President Salva Kiir, suggests that hope is tenuous, an echo of the reluctance...

UN Chief Urges to Immediately Form National Unity Gov’t in South Sudan

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called for the immediate formation of the Transitional Government of National Unity in South Sudan after the return and swearing-in as the first vice president of the country of rebel leader Riek Machar, the UN said in a statement published on its website on Tuesday.

South Sudan Rebel Chief Machar Sworn in As Vice President in Unity Gov't

South Sudan’s rebel leader Riek Machar was sworn in as the nation’s first vice president, joining a unity government being formed to cease violence in the country, local media reported Tuesday.

South Sudan's Machar sworn in as VP, president calls for reconciliation

JUBA (Reuters) - South Sudanese rebel leader Riek Machar was sworn in as first vice president on Tuesday, hours after he returned to the capital of Juba for the first time since conflict erupted more than two years ago.

Rebel Leader Riek Machar Returns to South Sudan—and Brings Hopes for Peace With Him

After a two-year exile, the former vice-president returns to the capital and, hopefully, brings peace with him

Riek Machar, South Sudan Opposition Leader, Returns as Part of Peace Deal

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Mr. Machar emerged from exile to be restored as vice president, but serious questions remained for a country ravaged by more than two years of civil war.

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