Sør-Sudan – 10 år –

Hentet fra  Studio 2 – NRK 8. juli kl. 18.00 Sør-Sudan 10 år 08.07.2021 · 12 min podcast: Sør-Sudan 10 år – Studio 2 – NRK Radio Sør-Sudan markerer...

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Sør-Sudan: Tiårsjubileum i krise, men likevel håp

Hentet fra  Bistandsaktuelt 9.7.2021| Av Even Tømte Ti år etter at Sør-Sudan ble en selvstendig stat, befinner landet seg i den verste humanitære situasjonen siden uavhengigheten. Men det finnes...

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Det som skulle være en ny tid, ble et spektakulært eksempel på statskollaps

Hentet fra  Vårt Land 9. juli 2021 Av Maren Sæbø (Ytring) Sør-Sudan markerer i dag ti år som selvstendig stat, det er lite å feire, men kanskje noen lærdommer...

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South Sudan celebrates 10 years of independence – but few rejoice

Hentet fra  Al Jazeera July 8th 2021 by  Sam Mednick Ten years after becoming the world’s youngest nation, war-torn South Sudan mired in instability and faced with a deteriorating...

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Sør-Sudan fyller ti år: Draumen som brast

Hentet fra Fjordabladet/Nordre.no  8. juli 2021 Dei ønskte seg fridom, men fekk krig og maktkamp, svolt og naud. Sørsudanarane har lite å feire etter sine første ti år som...

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Is there hope for South Sudan after 10 years of failure?

July 9 will mark 10 years since South Sudan declared its independence. Today the country is on the brink of disintegration. Millions of residents have been displaced by war,...

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Pressemelding fra South Sudan National Movement for Change (SSNMC)

On behalf of the SSNMC Interim Leadership and the entire Members of the Movement, we are here to inform the General public that our Chairman Hon. Joseph Bakosoro have decided to re-join the SPLM Party along with other colleagues vide Press Statement dated 15th July 2021 issued at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Regional Cooperation in Juba

Is there hope for South Sudan after 10 years of failure?

July 9 will mark 10 years since South Sudan declared its independence. Today the country is on the brink of disintegration. Millions of residents have been displaced by war, the threat of famine looms over the population, and political elites, through their proxy militias, continue to carry out appalling atrocities against civilians manifested in a cycle of inter-communal violence. The world seems to have given up on South Sudan — regional and international powers either offer lip service or turn a blind eye to this troubled country. Yet, an important question remains: Is there hope for South Sudan after a decade of failure?