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South Sudan sues Khartoum over confiscated oil

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By Ngor Arol Garang

January 22, 2012 (JUBA) - South Sudan said on Sunday that it is taking the government of neighboring north Sudan to court over what Juba describes as the “stealing” of its oil.

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A Southern Sudanese soldier (R) stands next to crude oil reservoir tanks while a foreign Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company (NPOC) oil worker walks by at a field processing facility in Unity State on November 10, 2010. (Getty)

Stephen Dhieu Dau, the country’s oil minister said in an interview with Sudan Tribune that his ministry has filed a lawsuit against Khartoum in “specialised international tribunals.”

“We are not leaving it just like that. The Sudanese government must return all they have stolen otherwise we are taking them to court”, minister Dau said without elaborate on which tribunals.

Minister Dau said that in December Khartoum started diverting more than 120,000 barrels per day of oil pumped from the new nation, which took with it 75% of Sudan’s oil reserves when it became independent in July 2011.

The two sides have failed to reach a new deal over transit fees, with north Sudan demanding $36 for every barrel that passes through northern infrastructure as well as $1 billion in unpaid fees. Sudan also wants South Sudan to share part of its international debt.

Sudan’s government has said it is keeping the oil in lieu of pipeline transit fees it says are owed by landlocked South Sudan.

Juba on Friday announced it was stopping all oil production until its oil was returned and a "fair" fee was agreed.

Oil constitutes 98% of revenues in South Sudan, but officials say it is better keep it under the ground and sell it in the future, instead of allowing Khartoum to steal it from them.

The new nation accused Khartoum of preventing ships from entering to load entitlements belonging to South Sudan and confiscating what has been loaded onto ships.

Juba claims that Khartoum has stolen $350 million worth of its oil and prevented over $400 million of it from leaving Port Sudan.

“We have starting looking for alternative route for exporting the oil after we have reached a deadlock with Sudan, which is exaggerating in the oil transit fees,” South Sudan’s oil minister Dau said on Sunday.

"We have already started discussions about construction of a pipeline through eastern Africa, via Kenya. We expect the pipeline to be completed in 10 months. We will also begin immediately the construction of a refinery in South Sudan," he added.

He further disclosed that the international oil companies operating and producing oil in South Sudan are the ones that would construct the pipeline and the refinery, noting that "we do not have any problem with the companies currently operating in the south."

Sudan and South Sudan are negotiating in the Ethiopian capital of Addis Ababa, under the mediation of the African Union, to reach an agreement over oil and other issues.

But the talks have floundered as South Sudan insists that Khartoum returns the confiscated oil and the latter said it won’t stop taking its "right."

South Sudan’s government says Sudan has embarked on shipping amounts of South Sudan’s oil and selling it for its own profit, while Sudan says it was deducting the transit fees in form of material oil.

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  • 23 January 2012 05:47, by NUER ONE

    Khartoum Bashir will be arrest like tttttttttttttttttttt.
    And still ICC will also take part.

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    • 23 January 2012 06:15, by Dinka Dominated SPLA/M

      Khartoum Mafia gang resort on stealing our oil due to their desperate economic crisis,

      But this will not do, God will certainly punish them for stealing and for being unfaithful.

      I don’t know in Islam weather their fake religion allowed stealing as a symbol of Muslim or just fake Arab of Sudan who when to be called thief in the world,
      Death to hungry poor country,

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      • 23 January 2012 09:01, by ABDALLA BIN ABDALLA

        DINKA DOMINATED SPLM, MIND YOU THAT A THIEF CAN NOT STOP A THIEF FROM STEALING. GOSS OFFICIALS ARE ALL THIEVES STARTING FROM PRESIDENT TO THE LAST CHIEF IN THE VILLAGE. THEY ARE CORRUPTED MINDS. WHEN SUDAN SAW THAT SPLM WERE EMBEZZLING FUNDS FROM SOUTH, THEY ALSO RETRENCH TO THE SAME TACTIC OF STEALING SOUTHERNERS OIL BECAUSE THE OWNERS WERE ALSO STEALING THEIR OWN. CAN YOU UNDERSTAND THIS LOGIC?

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        • 23 January 2012 10:01, by SSLA/M Supporter

          Sudan must long for the regime change in South Sudan! It must help South Sudanese to topple that corrupted regime run by morons and drunkards of SPLA/M mafia in that zoo called Juba! What sense it makes for a robber to sue a robber like him/herself when robbery is equal to robbery, as mentioned by Abdalla Bin Abdalla above? In short, what makes SPLA/M theft better than that of Sudan government?

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          • 23 January 2012 10:09, by SSLA/M Supporter

            SPLA/M would have been in trouble from people of southern Sudan if not because those people are too ignorant to know their God damn given human rights thus allowing those SPLA/M thieves to loot their public funds with absolute impunity in the pretext that they fought that losing and disastrous war which killed not less than 2.5 million person and destroyed South Sudan beyond recognition!

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          • 23 January 2012 10:14, by SSLA/M Supporter

            Arab spring can also occur in South Sudan if not because our people are as innocent as the cattle they are breeding! Look at what happened in Libya where by an angry protesters made up of families and relatives of Libyan martyrs burnt down the office of NTC accusing those with corruption and negligent of their deteriorating living conditions, why? simply because they know their human rights!!!!!!

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            • 23 January 2012 10:17, by SSLA/M Supporter

              When will south Sudanese know their rights and stand up for them! God, give them courage and determination to liberate themselves from SPLA/M thugs!

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              • 23 January 2012 11:12, by Pimp

                SSLA/M Supporter, you are right bro. GOsS is just title of government, it’s just bunch of alcoholic who call themselves government, while they don’t do what government can do. I believe Riek and his cousin Salva Kiir are just busy with their own business and they are too old to fixes any problem in South Sudan.
                Murle are whipping off Dinkas & Nuers lands and no one say a word about it.

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          • 23 January 2012 17:35, by Lang

            For the doubters
            "The shutdown started in the Thar Jath field in Unity state, government spokesman Barnaba Marial Benjamin said today by phone from Juba, the capital, and will take two weeks to complete. The field is run by the White Nile Petroleum Operating Co., whose partners include Malaysias Petroliam Nasional Bhd. and Indias ONGC Videsh Ltd. (ONGC), according to the company website." - Reuter

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          • 23 January 2012 20:29, by Agutran

            Abdalla, Southerners were paying themselves with their own resources, it’s their own money. So, if you take what’s not yours with no authorization that’s call thief!

            Don’t tell us; Southerners were embezzling their own fund so you can do the same too. No, you can’t do that that would be a steal! Your logic is in no way shape or form reasonable, sensible, practical, or rational!

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        • 23 January 2012 12:31, by Agutran

          Abdalla, Southerners were paying themselves with their own resources, it’s their own money. So, if you take what’s not yours with no authorization that’s call thief!

          Don’t tell us; Southerners were embezzling their own fund so we can do the same too. No, you can’t do that that would be a steal! Your logic is in no way shape or form reasonable, sensible, practical, or rational!

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        • 24 January 2012 06:58, by Joseph Canada

          ALLI, SOUTHERN SUDANESE STEALING FROM THEIR OWN COUNTRY DOESN’T GIVE THE NORTH RIGHT TO STEAL FROM OTHER COUNTRY. YOU DONT HAVE ANY RIGHT WHATSOEVER TO PUSH YOUR FILTHY HANDS THROUGH THE BOARDER TO OUR NATION. VERY WRONG. YOU ARE GOING TO BE SUED DOWN TO YOUR SLEEPERS!

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      • 23 January 2012 10:16, by Darkangel

        HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

        THE JOKE GOVERNMENT OF SOUTH SUDAN REVERSES ITS DECISION TO STOP OIL PRODUCTION !!!!!!!!

        HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA

        SOMEONE NEEDS TO TEACH THESE AMATUERS POLITICS - PAGAN IS A JOKE, THE IDIOTS IN GOSS BELIEVE THE LIES AND RUBBISH HE TELLS THEM.

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        • 23 January 2012 10:25, by SeekingTruth

          DARKANGEL,

          WHERE DO U GET UR FAKE NEWS? REMEMBER THOSE WHO LAUGH OUT OF THIN AIR ARE CALLED RETARDED!

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          • 23 January 2012 10:33, by Darkangel

            WILL SEE ....

            FROM EVERYWHERE EXCEPT HERE - BECAUSE YOU WONT HEAR ABOUT IT HERE IF ITS BAD NEWS ABOUT SOUTH SUDAN.

            I COME HERE TO EDUCATE SOME OF YOU IGNORANT BRAIN WASHED SPLM ALCOHOLICS.

            READ THE LATEST OPINIONS PUBLISHED BY 2 OF ST MOST FREQUENT COLOUMISTS. IF ANY OF YOU HAD ANY SENSE OR WERENT SO BLIND, YOU WOULD TAKE THEIR ADVISE.

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            • 23 January 2012 17:37, by Lang

              Cry on this
              "The shutdown started in the Thar Jath field in Unity state, government spokesman Barnaba Marial Benjamin said today by phone from Juba, the capital, and will take two weeks to complete. The field is run by the White Nile Petroleum Operating Co., whose partners include Malaysias Petroliam Nasional Bhd. and Indias ONGC Videsh Ltd. (ONGC), according to the company website." - Reuters

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          • 23 January 2012 12:00, by SSLA/M Supporter

            Dear Darkangle, Pimp, Abdalla Bin Abdalla, Jallaby abu tagia, Mohammed ali and the rest!

            Ladies and Gent! Thank you very much for refusing to back down from educating southern our Sudanese brothers and sisters about their God given human rights that are being abused in the broad day light by the regime that supposed to care for them and protect their interests! Please keep up the good job and God

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            • 23 January 2012 12:03, by SSLA/M Supporter

              Apology!!

              Dear Darkangle, Pimp, Abdalla Bin Abdalla, Jallaby abu tagia, Mohammed ali and the rest!

              Ladies and Gent! Thank you very much for refusing to back down from educating our southern Sudanese brothers and sisters about their God given human rights that are being abused in the broad day light by the regime that supposed to care for them and protect their interests! Please keep up the good.

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              • 23 January 2012 12:10, by SSLA/M Supporter

                job and God shall reward you for this charitable devotion of your time, resources and energy!

                To those backers of the corrupted regime of SPLA/M on this forum, please open your minds and hearts and have some mercy for our poor southern Sudan civilians whose resources are being looted by your regime forcing them to live like refugees in their own country by the very people who are supposed to

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                • 23 January 2012 12:18, by SSLA/M Supporter

                  look after them! Please quit your support for that visionless and corrupt government of SPLA/M mafia and join the voices that are calling for the regime change in RoSS for the betterment of our poor people, if you do really care for the people for RoSS and its humble people, join us to topple that rotton regime of SPLA/M and replace it with a devoting and trustworthy regime that will develop SS..

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                  • 23 January 2012 12:28, by SSLA/M Supporter

                    Because by supporting the regime you are indirectly stabbing our poor people of South Sudan at the back and the history will never forgive you! Stand up for your rights! Great God will not come from sky and make you high(legend Bob Marley in his famous song of freedom) look at how inhumane our poor people of South Sudan are living in the 21 first Century! do you like what you see? of course No!

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                    • 23 January 2012 12:42, by SSLA/M Supporter

                      I am not even living in South Sudan but I still feel very sad when I see my people still suffering that way in the mid of billions of dollars! I am not talking about my immediate family that can get help from me abroad!!!!!! but I look at those poor people who can’t afford to eat and decent shelter let alone medication when they become ill! please help them because they are helpless!

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        • 23 January 2012 16:28, by Cobra Bior

          ahahahah. used to be threat of force, now they are stealing. what the hell. thats why our battlion "Intifadha" call them thieves. Stealing is a last strategy for an out power man. let see the future of north sudan. the hand that used to feed them has gone huh!!!

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    • 23 January 2012 07:47, by SeekingTruth

      THIS IS WHAT I SAID FROM DAY ONE THAT S. SUDAN HAS EVERY LEGAL RIGHT TO SUE KHARTOUM INTERNATIONALLY. LITERALLY THAT’S WHAT IT TAKES FOR THIEVES, THINGS ARE STARTING TO HEAT UP THAN THEY HAVE EVER THOUGHT. APPARENTLY THERE SHOULD BE NO MORE NEGOTIATION ON OIL AND ABYEI ISSUE SHOULD ALSO BE TIGHTENED UP SO THEIR MILITARY OCCUPATION MUST BE CLEARED BEFORE THE NEXT ROUND OF NEGOTIATIONS. PERIOD!

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    • 23 January 2012 08:52, by ABDALLA BIN ABDALLA

      NUER ONE, YOU ARE A FOOL LIKE YOUR UNCLE RIEK MACHAR. YOUR UNCLE IS A KILLER AND DESTROYER OF SOUTHERNERS, WHY IS HE NOT ARESTED? RIEK AND BASHIR WILL BE TRIED FOR THEIR ATTROCITIES ON SUDANESE. THEY ARE BOTH KILLERS AND MASTERMIND OF GENOCIDE IN SUDAN.

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    • 24 January 2012 01:30, by Dakoom

      They khartoum must be made to account for its rIeupcklessness.

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  • 23 January 2012 06:04, by mosa mel

    They have to be sue for stealing and also they have to pay back 25% they took during six years when they took 75% instead of 50%. We have to claim everything the North Sudan took from us. We are not friend any more.

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  • 23 January 2012 06:11, by wang

    Is Stephen Dhieu is nut or what? The Khartoum will win this court and we gonna lose both court fees plus stolen money. Just keep blocking this oil production you are doing, the thief will itself surrendering to us when they spend these stolen money.

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    • 23 January 2012 06:20, by Dinka Dominated SPLA/M

      You don’t know what you are talking about Wang.
      What do you know about laws in the world? If you have nothing to say, than just shut up and watch what will happen.
      Dau is not like fail Riek machar okay,

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      • 23 January 2012 06:30, by omoni jr.

        you fool,
        leave Dr. Reik Machar alone .
        And stay away from Drugs and Alcohol too.

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        • 23 January 2012 09:23, by ABDALLA BIN ABDALLA

          OMONI, RIEK MACHAR IS NYAGAT. HE IS ARAB’S COLLABORATOR. RIEK IS MUSLIM IN HIS HEART. TELL HIM TO DEFECT FROM SPLM AND FORM NASIR FACTION AGAIN TO DESTROY DINKA BHAR EL GAZAL. HE DESTROYED BOR BECAUSE DR. JOHN GARANG WAS A LEADER. LET HIM DESTROY BHAR EL GAZAL TOO FOR SALVA KIIR IS A PRESIDENT. HE DOESN’T DESERVE THAT POSITION.

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      • 23 January 2012 08:37, by Marolditapei

        DDS,
        Can you please report yourself to Juba Psychiatric Hospital? The address is: 19 Block West Juba Assessment Centre. You, Jallaby, SSLA/M, and mr. darkangel are needed there for addiction treatment, disorderly conduct therapies or maybe you could also get help by obtaining prescriptions to calm down your addiction problem. If you guys don’t have money for medications, just contact people like..

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        • 23 January 2012 08:41, by Marolditapei

          DDS, SSLA/M SUPPORTER, JALLABY,
          CONTACT YOUR COUNTY OR PAYAM ADMINISTRATOR TO SIGN YOUR DRUG CARDS FOR YOU. I KNOW IT IS HARD BEARING WITH PROBLEMS. AND THAT IS WHY YOU ARE ALL JALLABA FOLLOWERS.

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  • 23 January 2012 06:15, by Thondet Manyang

    Khartoum will be sued since it has committed offend No. 1 ’Steaing’. In there Holy Quaran, We need law to cut hands and feet, remove eyes that committed this crime. I strongly belief from today that we were the real bread winners for Sudanese in term of wealth and work force in khatoum. We love that move but let it not be only talk but actions

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  • 23 January 2012 06:44, by Tambura

    Suing them is kind of wasting of time, Omar is a wanted criminal they couldn t bring him to book for his crime, what ll make you think they can bring him this time over oil? Just block our oil and cut them out until they pay back our money.No negotiation if they don t return our oil. Our oil build Khartoum and the pipeline. Leave them now we will pay half dollar later on for that pipeline.

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    • 23 January 2012 08:05, by SeekingTruth

      @TAMBURA,
      DIDN’T YOU READ SOUTH SUDAN IS LOOKING FOR OTHER ALTERNATIVES TO BUILD NEW PIPE LINES THROUGH EAST AFRICA? WHICH PIPE LINES ARE U STILL TALKING ABOUT HERE IF U AREN’T SIMPLY BEING IRRATIONAL? NO DEAL WITH SUDAN AGAIN UNTIL THEY RETURNED WHAT THEY HAVE STOLEN SO FAR OR ELSE, THEY MUST ALSO LEAVE ABYEI IN GOOD FAITH IF THEY NEED PEACE. I DONT SEE THE REASON THEY ARE STILL OCCUPYING ABYEI.

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  • 23 January 2012 06:52, by Tambura

    Goss are corrupted officials they are lack of judgement and leadership, they have been stealing our oil money since they came to power what south Sudan people benefit from oil money since they CPA signed? Even drinking water exported from Uganda while Nile is a crossing juba to North? they angry now because somebody else share them the stealing. My name is Tambura vote for me in next election.

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    • 23 January 2012 07:09, by omoni jr.

      Tambura ,HAHAHAHA,
      This site NOT for campaigning sir,if you think you gonna bring some changes in south sudan in near future,please stay from this dumb site.otherwise you will prove yourself as a big a fool in south sudan.

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    • 23 January 2012 11:45, by mosa mel

      Tambura

      Because your are not in South Sudan, you don’t know what money of oil went since CPA. I am sure 99% South Sudanese support the close down of pipeline because the know where oil money went since CPA. If you are Khartoum agent please keep quiet. You sound like Lam who against independence of South Sudan. Now he quiet while knows khartoum stealing oil because he will run to Khartoum tomorrom

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  • 23 January 2012 07:15, by BM Bol

    We knew it was a matter of time before they could resort to stealing. Their hands would be cutoff if there was an international Shariah law court. Stealing is prohibited by the Koran unless they no longer believe in it. I know Khartoum do not believe in the so-called international tribunals court, but this is a matter of principle.

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  • 23 January 2012 07:26, by Majak Mawien

    That is the right solution. closing of production of oil and construction of other pipeline in east Africa and refineries in South Sudan. No nogetiation again till the pay us back. 10 Month is not matter we were in bush for 21 years with out access to good basic needs. We cannot give our resources so that to build relationship and keep peace.

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  • 23 January 2012 08:30, by Madina Tonj

    MR. Dau

    Please close the oil pipeline first and then, you have right to take Khartoum government to International criminal court however, the indictator killer Omar al Bashir has been ignore almost all Western powers that has include International community. Omar al Bashir is laughing about the indictment which was given to him because the so call U.N. And International community do nothing

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    • 23 January 2012 08:45, by ABDALLA BIN ABDALLA

      TONJ, WHERE IS YOUR GOVERNMENT GOING TO GET MONEY TO PAY GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS, PROJECTS AND THE VAST ARMY AND POLICE THAT ARE UNDERPAID? TELL YOUR MAN THAT WHAT YOU ARE DOING WILL BE A DISASTER TO YOUR PEOPLE. DON’T LET FOOLS FOOL YOU IN THIS ARTICLE. MILLIONS WILL DIE OF STARVATION.

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  • 23 January 2012 08:37, by ABDALLA BIN ABDALLA

    SOUTHERNERS CRY A LOUD BEFORE THE ANGEL OF DEATH STROLL IN YOUR HOMES. KIIR GOVERNMENT HAS DECLARED STARVATION IN SOUTH SUDAN. MILLIONS WILL PERISH IN HUNGER AND THE STRONG WILL LOOT THE WEAK. OIL PRODUCTION IS THE SOLE SOURCE OF SOUTH SUDAN REVENUE.HOW WILL GOSS FEED 8 MILLIONS IN SOUTH WITHOUT OIL REVENUES. THAT WILLBE THE COLLAPSE OF SPLM IN JUNUB. LET THEM STEAL AS YOU ARE STEALING FROM JUNUBI

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    • 23 January 2012 08:45, by Marolditapei

      DDS,
      Can you please report yourself to Juba Psychiatric Hospital? The address is: 19 Block West Juba Assessment Centre. You, Jallaby, SSLA/M, and mr. darkangel are needed there for addiction treatment, disorderly conduct therapies or maybe you could also get help by obtaining prescriptions to calm down your addiction problem. If you guys don’t have money for medications, just contact people like.

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      • 23 January 2012 08:46, by Marolditapei

        DDS, SSLA/M SUPPORTER, JALLABY,
        CONTACT YOUR COUNTY OR PAYAM ADMINISTRATOR TO SIGN YOUR DRUG CARDS FOR YOU. I KNOW IT IS HARD BEARING WITH PROBLEMS. AND THAT IS WHY YOU ARE ALL JALLABA FOLLOWERS.

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    • 23 January 2012 09:17, by Madina Tonj

      Abdalla Bin Abdalla

      South Sudan can brorrow 100 of billion to supply its nation and also to built the iol pipeline knowing that, there is a resources in the ground make everything to easy for lender people to give loan to South Sudan, but look one State has not been pay for 18 Months in Northern Sudan what a joke are you talking about South Sudan nation.?

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      • 23 January 2012 09:36, by ABDALLA BIN ABDALLA

        MADINA TONJ

        DON’T FOOL YOURSELF TONJ. THE WORLD IS NOW IN DEEP RECESSION. EUROPEAN ECONOMY IS DEFAULTING AND AMERICAN ECONOMY IS FULL OF DEBT. THESE ARE THE MAJOR ECONOMIC POWERS OF THE WORLD. EUROPEAN DEBT CRISIS WANT 500 BILLIONS DOLLARS TO KEEP THEIR ECONOMY GOING. TONJ, WHERE IS SOUTH SUDAN GOING TO BORROW 100 BILLIONS DOLLARS? DO NOT CHEAT YOUR GOVERNMENT. WHAT THEY ARE DOING WILL BE DEADL

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  • 23 January 2012 08:48, by SeekingTruth

    FOR SOUTH TO CO-OPERATE WITH THE NORTH IN GOOD FAITH, NORTH MUST DO THE FOLLOWINGS: 1. RETURN WHAT THEY HAVE STOLEN 2. PULLOUT OF ABYEI, JAU, HEGLIGH AND ALL OVER THE BORDERS SO DEMARCATION CAN BE RESOLVED PEACEFULLY 3. STOP MAKING UP FAKE STORIES LIKE FABRICATING SOUTH SUDAN OF SUPPORTING SPLM-N 4. RESOLVE BLUE NILE AND NUBA MOUNTAIN PROBLEMS BECOS THEY’RE THE ONE CONNECTING US WITH ARABS

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  • 23 January 2012 11:56, by mosa mel

    Those who post message with capital letters, I have a news for you. The researchers of Interest Readers indicate that 80% readers don’t have interest to read capital letters on cumputer. If you need your message to be read by everyone please write small letters

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  • 23 January 2012 12:53, by ebony

    Sudan Tribune...please leave these peripheral news and tell what need to know..is it true that S.Sudan decided not to stop oil production? it is in the news today that "The Government of S.Sudan notified Chinese oil companies to carry on producing oil...we want to know the fact

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  • 24 January 2012 01:40, by BM Bol

    Abdallah,
    There’s something call loan. That’s where a country borrows money for it immediate needs until it’s able to repay them back with much lower interest. Juba can borrow money from IMF and World Bank to keep the gov. functioning until other pipelines are built. Go and read more about it.

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  • 24 January 2012 02:18, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

    Ours short minded south leaders scrumble too late. should have been detected last Yr 2010. With no Future Contract with foreign that be affected. were busy looting south Public money. Could have build,Clinics,School,bridges,higway across Villages. Unversities are not Upgrade or Building for last 5 yrs.
    The big thief it turn now and the poor souther dying miserably. Did they forget Khartuom behavi

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