Posts Tagged ‘South Sudan’

South Sudan: First impressions Comments 0

Friday, April 4th, 2014
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First impressions aren’t always accurate. But in my first days here I have been struck by the extent of trauma people have experienced – and real worries that the violence that has rocked South Sudan since mid-December may not be over. The capital of Juba is calm, but it is only “outwardly” so, one of Read more

Anglican and Catholic Bishops unite for South Sudan Comments 0

Tuesday, May 22nd, 2012
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The Catholic and Anglican Bishops of South Sudan are asking the International community for a “more balanced “position on the conflict that is setting their country against Sudan. “We believe that it is important that our friends in the International community assume a more balanced position. The attitude of United Nations and of the greater Read more

Sudan president: only way to negotiate is with bullets and rifles Comments 0

Friday, April 27th, 2012
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Sudanese president Omar al Bashir says the only way to negotiate with the South Sudanese is “with bullets and rifles.” Bashir’s rhetoric and the attitude of the United Nations has Caritas Internationalis warning that Sudan and  South Sudan are just a step away from the brink of full-scale war. Caritas is urging the Sudanese leaders Read more