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November 20, 2012 (JUBA) - Warplanes allegedly belonging to the Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) on Tuesday carried out aerial bombardments, killing at least five civilians in South Sudan’s Northern Bahr el Ghazal State, the spokesperson for South Sudan’s army (SPLA) said.

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Boy allegedly killed in air raid on Kiir Adem, Northern Bahr el Ghazal (Photo: Deng Garang, The USA Media Team)

Those killed, according to Philip Aguer, were mainly women and children.

“Kiir Adem in Northern Bahr el Ghazal State came under heavy and aggressive aerial bombardments by the Sudanese armed forces today. The SPLA general headquarters received reports this evening from [the] Division III Commander that warplanes from Sudan carried out [an] attack in the area, killing five civilians and wounding the two others,” Aguer told Sudan Tribune by phone.

He, however, said the SPLA is ready to defend the country’s territorial integrity, including the lives of the civilian population and their properties against any foreign aggression. Any form of retaliation from the Southern army, he added, will require approval from the government.

The Sudanese army yesterday said Darfur rebels established a camp in Regaibat area, East Darfur, located 10 kilometres north to the disputed area of Mile 14.

SAF spokesperson Al-Sawarmi Khaled said the rebels had imposed tax on civilians and added that the armed forces will not stand idle to the rebel provocations.

Kuol Athuai Hal, the Aweil North County Commissioner confirmed the incident, saying the army also obtained credible information on an alleged ground movement of Sudanese troops in the area.

“They [SAF] have launched earlier attack on the area today and we have also received reliable information that ground troops have started movement towards the area,” the Commissioner told Sudan Tribune by phone from Gok Machar.

Meanwhile, a member of the South Sudanese in parliament, Mel Wal, has strongly condemned the attack, which he said not only violates the 27 September agreement between the two countries, but also contravenes international law on each nation’s sovereignty.

“We condemn this barbaric act by the Sudanese Armed Forces. The bombing and killing of our innocent civil population is unacceptable,” said Mel Wal.

Both Sudan and South Sudan, under the facilitation of the African Union High Level Implementation Panel (AUHIP), in September, inked a landmark agreement on several key issues between the two countries.

However, a delay in resumption of South Sudan’s oil production, halted early this year, has raised many concerns from the international community, including the US government. South Sudan, on Sunday, said it has rescheduled resumption of oil exports through Khartoum, until the two nations reach a consensus on security issues.

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  • 21 November 2012 08:33, by zulu

    I said last time that SPLA must launch long range missiles deep into Khartoum, Medeni or somewhere where these folks enjoy liberties without the sound of a gun. retaliate and then the world will turn attention because Beshir will cry for UNSC or AU to rebuke south sudan. Please, SPLA take matters into your hands and avenge, Israel did it in self defence.

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    • 21 November 2012 08:55, by South South

      First attacked Mariam and move towards North, SPLA must do that now to teach Penguins lesson. They are Penguins and they will not understand anything. They are sub-human. Deal with them like the way Israel is dealing with them. They are Penguins, kill as many as you can to teach them lesson.

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    • 21 November 2012 09:04, by Jalaby

      Zulu,
      You don’t need to hit Khartoum or Madany, all you need to do is to re-invade Heglig again and capture it if you really can!
      What a fool Equatorian you’re, I think you’re the most idiot Equatorian I’ve ever seen in my life who is following Dinka despite they consider you as coward and half-men and liberated you from Arab!

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      • 21 November 2012 10:06, by zulu

        Jalaby, if you know history, then recall 1955 in torit. for you to say dinka, since when are the dinkas in the north? it will so cheap for you to use that card of ethnicity. i live with dinkas, nuers, fur, nubians, except a Jalaba. This is a fact. That’s why I rejected to speak or read arabic. I completed my university without sitting for arabic because this is the only group I hate.

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        • 21 November 2012 10:49, by Jalaby

          Zulu,
          You really live under great delusion and knows nothing about the south history,let me ask you these questions:
          What was Joseph Tumbara government project in the south in 1982?the people gave it the mandate to implement what? who was behind it who was against it?what was the real cause for the conflict between Equtorians & Dinka at that time?

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          • 21 November 2012 11:08, by zulu

            Jalaby, Tombura implemented the scheme devised in Khartoum as a project to divide and rule. Plain and simple. Now, who took the bait is only the Bari people. Torit under Abel and Joseph Oduho rejected rediviwion of southern states after many attempts to subjugate it. You are a kid wallowing in falsies. Open up and see your country’s direction after this

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            • 21 November 2012 11:33, by Jalaby

              Zulu,
              I told you, man, you’re so deluded and idiot and know nothing about south history or the root cause of the conflict!
              You will know what I’m saying at the time when you feel the Dinka cold big belly right at your back!

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              • 21 November 2012 14:18, by ngomrom

                Jallaby
                That project was design by you in the North and it has died there now you are trying to revive it but too late dude
                Thanks

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              • 21 November 2012 14:38, by Man alone

                Jalaby:
                you know your comments,suggestions and arguements always prove that you in actually sense are not a true patriot even in the North Sudan you claim to be from!plainly speaking,those old school-tricks and tactics that were used to divide and rule South Sudanese people will are not applicable currently.look at the nonsense you wrote to Zulu inciting hatred and division among the S.Sudanese

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              • 22 November 2012 02:53, by Observer

                Jalaby,
                You are either not a N. Sudanese as you claim or if you are youo have not lived in Sudan or if you have you left prior to 1980.
                I cannot think of one N Sudanese who does not know what you are asking of Zulu and the result. For once I agree with Zulu you do not know the realy history of Sudan or the root of the conflict between our country and S Sudan.

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                • 22 November 2012 05:37, by Jalaby

                  Observer,
                  Which station of the bus you took a ride from? get down from the bus now because you know nothing about south history, what do you know about Tumbora regime in 1982? what mandate and project that it was willing to implement in the south? who was competing with him?
                  Kids should stop saying darndest things!!

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          • 21 November 2012 16:27, by Mike

            Am wondering why Sudantribune is not blocking this scrab called Jallaby for his indecency over this forum such useless and hopeless people shouldn’t be allowed to particpates always talking about his negatives attitudes with no sense of understanding only due to facts that he is just talking, and no wonders such people are there to add numbers but of no values to media.

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      • 21 November 2012 18:26, by deng

        Jalaby,
        You are right here. When a country is lead by a damn fool who don’t know what to expect. I hope the south gave me the leadership of this country. I will not and never ever beg your freaking Khartoum government to let our oil be transport through the north again. South sudan made a lot of concession on so many but still your Khartoum government depressed the South people by bombardment.

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    • 21 November 2012 09:05, by Oduko

      SAF is number 4 strong army in Africa and number 14 in world! So called Spla have no number in Africa strong armies leave alone the world arms story, because they always hide behind children’s and women at same time committing crimes against south Sudanese. Should the war begin where we they run? Where will they eat? Where will kiir go? As metter of fact 14mile, higlig and abyei are Sudan.

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      • 21 November 2012 09:21, by Gabriel KK

        Oduko,
        You are a liar, where did you get these figures from???? Sudan was strong in 70s before war because of South Sudanese in the army but lost its capabilities beyond the doubt during the civil war.

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        • 21 November 2012 16:41, by Northern Sudanese

          dude, south sudanese only were numbers, but other than that you didn’t take away anything from the army. you only took a few guns but no aircrafts, or tanks or missiles or anything like that.

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      • 21 November 2012 09:48, by ngomrom

        Oduho That was then when our gallan forces were in the army of the then Sudan.that why you still love to be a south Sudanese any way you are well come
        Thanks

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    • 21 November 2012 09:06, by Ruach

      It is a shame to dishonour what you have signed! Arabs are liers that is why they are killed like fishes in Gaza by Israeli! It has to be responded offensively and learned a big lessons out of it! Deaths to Khartoum and Gaza Terrorists !

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      • 21 November 2012 11:50, by master

        unfortunetly u love jewish people & at the same time they discribed u as cancer
        really u r salve

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    • 21 November 2012 09:06, by Dinkawarrior

      Let’s stop taking about oil now and find other alternatives in order to protect our territories and our people from terrorist group. The only option now is to join rebels and be ready to change regime terrorist government of Homo-Bashit.

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    • 21 November 2012 17:37, by agwait majok

      This is bad new to south Sudan, people of south Sudan should pay attention to what is kill our children and women in the country, Sudan doesn’t need peas they are anime number one to south Sudan people, we have to make right disunion according to this attack in north Bahr el ghazal

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    • 21 November 2012 23:54, by Baring

      Dear All
      Republic of South Sudan should borroed anti aircraft from Isreal for a period of three years contract to depend our nation, because they cant afford one. definding the country should be the first priority of the new country that has enemy. Now we are being assult everytime because our leaders dont priortised what most we need in the country in terms of defence only chost salaries is 1st

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  • 21 November 2012 08:40, by Lokorai

    Boooooon!
    Yau robo athom eehaar mundukuru eya kanege Juba
    Lokorai

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  • 21 November 2012 08:41, by ngomrom

    Yes here we go, first condolence to the family who loss there loves one and to entire south Sudanese. let’s take stick now no more carrots MR President
    Thanks Ngomrom

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  • 21 November 2012 08:51, by Dinkawarrior

    Protecting our civilians doesn’t needs approval from the parliament, now you their ground forces are start moving toward Mile 14. And they’re lying about the rebels in the area, this is what we have been talking about. The deaths of our civilians will be Kiir/Riek’s necks. The talk on oil instead of border demarcation and Abyei issues. They will be hold accountable for this tragedy! May God be U

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  • 21 November 2012 08:52, by Jalaby

    Philip Aguer,
    You’re the most liar person in Dinka Bor community we have ever seen,we remember all your false stories during Heglig war and how many MIG29 SPLA you claimed shooting down but you never showed us the wreckage for even a single warplane!
    SAF bombarded the rebels inside Sudan territory and that area doesn’t belong to N Bahr el Ghazal

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    • 21 November 2012 08:55, by Jalaby

      Stop harboring and offering a safe haven to Sudan rebels otherwise we will be bombarding Juba itself and laugh when we see coward thieves running like rats here and there to rescue their life!

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      • 21 November 2012 09:16, by Ruach

        Jallabi:You will very soon bow down when I reach Khartoum. I’m here spying your NCP Gangs and Gaza at Cairo with Israeli

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      • 21 November 2012 13:29, by mudfish

        jalaba
        what u have to know is . south Sudan follow the agreement but not to violate.men can’t talk too much,u are lire,idiot and madden.u will see once South ravage.

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      • 21 November 2012 18:44, by deng

        Jalaby, As I say if I took a charge for south sudan, we will buried you. I hate to say that but sudan is nothing but enemy number one to the south populations. There are reasons sudan is still barking at the south, Kiir himself gave you that when he let high ranks officals still the money instead of buying soffiscating missiles defense systems to shoot your ass... down mother fuckers.

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    • 21 November 2012 08:58, by South South

      Jalaby,
      Shut your big ass up. The way you write can just show us that you are mentally retarded. Get away from here.

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    • 21 November 2012 09:08, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      Jalaba,your are really liaring,one day Khartoum will prove by themselves that war has started again,between Sudan & S Sudan Armies.
      Why to be very angrily on some one property,if we do not want to sent our crude oil to the world market by Khartoum is up to us,all these aggression will not help at all,Philip Aguer is ever right in all his saying.
      OKUCU PA LOTINOKWAN

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      • 21 November 2012 09:54, by Northern Sudanese

        okucu pa lotinokwan
        ok, every letter that philip says is true lol, all you need to do is re invade heglig or abyei like you always say or shoot the planes down by anti aircraft missiles. btw no1 stopped you from not selling your oil, its called business not a game. if you don’t wanna export its up to you, we didn’t stop you last time whats gonna stop us now? go built your new pipe lol

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        • 21 November 2012 16:35, by Mike

          @Northern and Jallaby
          your support of terrorism people will pays you abundantly and am sure something you stolen during night time always appears during day,and remember the Heglig/Panthou the SPLA withdraw due to their respect for international community, and wasn’t your strength because am trusting our SPlA commandos who are trained like American commandos, and shut your dirty mouth.

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          • 21 November 2012 16:39, by Northern Sudanese

            Mike
            all evidences show it was a battle won by sudan, lies don’t work anymore. the biggest proof is that kiir didn’t even dare to say anything about it in addis, you aint respond to anything because the world told you to stop supporting rebels but you didn’t

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  • 21 November 2012 08:56, by dinkdong

    That picture is very graphic

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  • 21 November 2012 08:57, by Mr Equal

    Sudanses know that south sudan dose not have jet fighter so they can be bombs. SPLM should have put the air defend before started dividing $4 billion among theslives. Look two weeks ago,Isreal bomb thier company but they did respone to that because they know those people can harm them badly.

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    • 21 November 2012 09:23, by THEY PEOPLE’S POWER

      Equal the weakness is with the fake persident, the persident who do not think about tommorow, how can you say you are governing the country that is and can easily be bomb by your enemy in the time he just need it? To what I have seen here is that Kiir fake leadership can not even protact himself leave alone fighting with the main enemies like Bashir, Kiir think that human lives is like drink beer,

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      • 21 November 2012 14:50, by Man alone

        Mr. people’s power.
        I appreciate your stance and observations of the direction where Kiir is leading our country to.
        He is making the people of this country a hopeless people.unfortunately one doesn’t comprehend the priority and direction of the government led by General Kiir.
        Yes we are citizens of this country and that is why we have to say facts.

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    • 21 November 2012 09:23, by Mr Equal

      if there is no bomb that fall on Kirr’s one of his family,he will not feel the pain that citen of south sudan have been having since CPA was sigined.

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  • 21 November 2012 08:57, by Michael Angelo

    Bashir will not come or set his foot in our country again. SPLM should find other alternatives to deal with this terrorists rather than interested in that pathetic oil agreement.

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  • 21 November 2012 09:04, by BM Bol

    I am beginning to get sick of Kiir and his cronies. They could have bought anti-aircraft weapons if they want to, but all they do is cry hoping that the UN would do something on your behalf, but I got a bad news for you, the UN or the US won’t do a thing that you can do for yourself.

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  • 21 November 2012 09:08, by Gabriel KK

    These innocent civilians are the victims of Arab bitterness because of Gaza bombardment by Israel. rest in peace, we love you.

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    • 21 November 2012 09:29, by THEY PEOPLE’S POWER

      No Mr Gabriel
      The dead civilaince are victims of stolen $ 4 billions by Kiir, I say this because every government and it head leader such as Kiir is accountable for everything want wrong, Kiir is a joke, and with him still in the thorn, more death will continue due to his negativity capacity, Kiir shouldnt be a persident of country because of his lack of thinking,

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    • 21 November 2012 09:49, by Northern Sudanese

      Gabriel KK
      how lame, so you consider yourself feeling the pain for Israel’s wrong behavior? Israel is just a state like you but unrecognised by its neighbors, why would you even suffer for people who treat you like dogs in their own countries? even USA probably treats you in a better way.

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    • 22 November 2012 06:33, by Tiger

      I felt very sad and angry at the same time toward the leadership of my government,death is absolutely something unescapeable to hide from it,but when i see such a child being killed by a falling bomb not once but numerous of times without stopping it is really very very sadful.

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      • 22 November 2012 07:04, by Tiger

        Israeli government killed over hundred for retaliation of three Israelis people,that’s called a self defence,no one will ask them or condemn them so you too should do the same by firing back if Khartoum started it first.my advice is"i think you should take that thing off of your head because that’s what slowing you down"THINK about what’s being done to your people man.

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  • 21 November 2012 09:46, by Northern Sudanese

    blah blah blah, all you say is lies and showing pictures of people who were killed during cattle raids. even if we really did attack you, then all you need to do is simple. just re invade Heglig or Abyei (like you always say) or shoot down the plane. unlike Israel attacking Sudan, we are here very close and you don’t need technology or aicraft carriers to even reach us lol

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  • 21 November 2012 09:57, by Mayol Mach

    The future of this nation is uncertain, we are all aware that the Arabs don’t give you your right in a golden plate and people have been relaxing without equipping the SPLA with artillery that can secure our airspace. Why should innocent people be killed always because of Antonov? The guns are there in the world market but where is the brain to think on this? Its a great shame!!!

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    • 21 November 2012 10:41, by Ahmado

      I wish this Antonov should come and hit Juba so that we shall know there is danger kiir is happy when he see his people perishing by antonov and enjoying looting of few dallors in Juba and to go to visit place where antonov hit. death to dinkas.

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  • 21 November 2012 10:05, by 4Justice

    Every time i see Salva, I feel very sad. We unfortunately don’t have a leader, we have a ghost sitting in Juba; somebody has to assume leadership as soon as possible before it’s too late.

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    • 21 November 2012 10:43, by Lokorai

      Thanks 4 Justice for the comment; that is exactly the feeling most enlightened and informed minded people have about this ghost leader called Kiir. A coward who should have not been elected as a leader of a great country like S. Sudan. He got to go to school first before leading this land
      Lokorai

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  • 21 November 2012 10:53, by King of Nyamlel

    Kiir’s mile 14 became bombardment 14 now.Why Shouldn’t Khartoum drop bombs in Kuacjok and Akon to surprise Kiir. Go on agreeing more miles including Kuajok 14 and Wau 14. Your government is more smarter.

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    • 21 November 2012 11:23, by Mach-Ajong

      We should blame nobody except the so called Alcohol and the pockets that stolen 4 billion dollars from our banks. I wish our leader Garang was there, we would have seen a bright light on the streets of Panthou to Abiei.

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    • 21 November 2012 11:24, by Dinka Aliap Chawul

      You’ll now beleve me by today when i said last time that Sudan demands to make Miles14 as disputed area was: a defensive policy to halt SPLA advances on Mamer/merem,to put Kiir and govt on a collisions course with his people and to make new Abyei.Kiir should now blame himself what a ...... president!.SPLA MUST TEACH PIGS OF KHARTOUM.@Jalaba. We r not in exam mr moron to ask Zulu

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    • 21 November 2012 15:03, by Man alone

      King of Nyamlel:
      as you poorly wished,let me assure you that a death of a South Sudanese whether from Melut,Nimule,Raga,mile 14 or kuajok pains us all.so let us be realistic and scrutinize the source/personality who is letting us down.so if it is because Kiir comes from Akoon and Warrap state then that’s so shallow.

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  • 21 November 2012 12:09, by master

    do u know how many neur life had been lost in last war of heglig
    more than 5000 life
    go to southsudan.net
    read neur press release about arrest of GAN Gatwrc and your extermination in heglig

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    • 21 November 2012 12:47, by Dinkawarrior

      Master?
      You’re a dumbass animal! Why are you try to proves the lies of jalaba? As you said more then $5,000-Nuers died in Panthou (Heglig). You’re son of Nyamnyam, shame on you!

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    • 21 November 2012 13:05, by ngomrom

      It can be one million but they died for the cost of their nation but what a bout those mujahideen of yours dying for, Bashir Mount his men on his visit to Panthou he pass over the death bodies for a distant of three mile can you immagine how many man lost there life here,find the nuar lost there life offcourse that is war. we know if you go for it then expect to kill or be killed the end is

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  • 21 November 2012 12:39, by Mi diit

    Jalaby,
    That bombing in Bahr el Ghazal is a declaration of war on South Sudan. You were given Mile 14 and Heglig for free and added them to Abyei you took already and yet you want to invade other areas as well. What do you want? War???

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    • 21 November 2012 13:06, by Peacocktail

      Midiit,
      Be very careful with your words, this is international Website, Panthou, Abyei and Areas falling in along 14 miles are not be borders demarcated to the NCP regime, this is just temporary Security arrangement, SAF had already violated the deals and SPLA should reacted force like last time to counter attack NCP terrorist affiliated wth Harakat al Muqawama al Islamiya (Hamas) in Gaza.

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      • 21 November 2012 19:07, by Ruach

        Peacock Tail. You have never understood Mi Diit

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    • 21 November 2012 13:08, by Luethee Ngong Anyoun

      This is unaceptable act , we will never forget and forgive this kind of aggressive behavious towards the other country territory . al though our gov is not in position to revenge immediatelly the world beloved country should also look in to this action taken by Araps .
      many agreements are signed and violated by the gov of sudan including cooperation agreemnet signed recently both sides committed.

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  • 21 November 2012 13:40, by mudfish

    I don’t know went south feet back what Sudan ever do?Sudanese can’t hear through their hears but through their eyes.forgiveness is not more than three times,

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  • 21 November 2012 13:46, by Makunon

    I don’t know where tomorrow, anyway RIP all pple killed.

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  • 21 November 2012 14:11, by master

    southerns
    did u heard about militay equipment that davested in Trogy
    10 new tanks for SPLM-N vanished in 5 hours only
    ok go ahead supporting splm-n and we will deal with u as we like

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    • 21 November 2012 14:26, by ngomrom

      This sit is nt for kids go away buddy
      Thanks

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  • 21 November 2012 14:46, by Jamjamez

    Lets Stop talking nonsense here and lets go to war! Period. These people in Khartoum do not want nothing else other that the sound of a gun.I fight!
    I hate Arabs period. I also don’t like this goverment of Kiir trying to show weakness in the eyes of Arab by accepting to pay this goons 3 billions dollars and yet they will use the same money to buy weapons to kill us. I hate the SPLM party right no

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  • 21 November 2012 15:42, by Kim Deng

    Folks,
    What do you expect if the country is run by coward man? Of course, humiliation and defeat at the same time.

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  • 21 November 2012 18:28, by Northern Sudanese

    to be more specific, As of 1 March 2012, this is bomb number 19. excluding the number of bombings before 1 march

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  • 21 November 2012 19:05, by never

    i knew it! i knew it! i knew it! i knew it that because of this oil issue, khartoum his making disadvantage toword southreners and that why the khtoum government create 14 miles buffer zones. MY SUPPORT TO MALONG AWAN.
    KIIR WITH HIS DEALS OF 14 BUFFER ZONES NOT IMMINENT.

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    • 21 November 2012 19:36, by Ruach

      That was the result of wrong and fake Agreement that the Khartoum had hidden Agendas of starting another wars!They dishonour the agreements!

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      • 21 November 2012 19:47, by Northern Sudanese

        Ruach
        excuse me sir, but its you who continued supporting rebels and we warned you but you ignored, accept the consequences. now your economy will remain 98% fucked while your still in the worst health crisis in the world and far more.

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        • 22 November 2012 04:22, by P.K.M

          Northern Sudanese, did you see the child who is lifeless on this article’s picture? Why are you showing your power by killing children when Israelis blown off your weapons’ factory inside Khartoum and did nothing about it? If you have military power, then why don’t you show it to Israel; the one who actually hit you in your own home?

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  • 21 November 2012 20:40, by James Maker Akok

    South Sudan Government must see this now, South Sudan Government must not make relationship with the people come to kill your people. North Sudan is a enemy number one in the world for South Sudanese people, there is no way South Sudan should be friend with North Sudan.

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    • 21 November 2012 21:42, by never

      sudan is run by people who are under UN criminal court and these individual can be brought into justice any time. to me, that is a red flag right there that sudan government will never go without war. s. sudan leadres need to straighten their way of governing south or they will suck! suck! suck! kiir with his bhar gazel ministers who have been stealing money from time to time will be endless.

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  • 22 November 2012 03:21, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

    painful when seeing our people diedying due to poor leadership of uncle Kiir and Riek. They spend money in the hotels,housing abroad,eating in resteraunts. That why there is many crime in south. Bad management of leadership. 5yrs ago SPLA should have send a Army Technicals division to acquired advance Army equipmets training. But didn’t happen at all. Money can, to get what you want. ideas is prob

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Contextualizing realities of the crisis in N. Bahr el Ghazal government (Part 1) 2014-09-24 14:01:21 By Deng Dut Lual September 24, 2014 - The government of Northern Bahr el Ghazal state led by Kuel Aguer Kuel in a caretaker position has been seriously leaking. Leaking is a damning word that (...)


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Sudan Democracy First Group condemns wave of arbitrary arrests in Sudan 2014-09-25 05:17:35 Sudan Democracy First Group 25 September 2014 - In a desperate attempt to prevent a series of events commemorating the victims of the September 2013 protests, Sudan’s notorious National (...)

HRW calls on UN rights body to press Sudan to investigate murder of peaceful protesters 2014-09-24 21:24:09 Human Rights Watch One Year On, No Justice for Protester Deaths (Geneva, September 23, 2014) – The United Nations Human Rights Council should call on Sudan to account immediately for the death (...)

Hundreds walk for peace in South Sudan 2014-09-23 08:30:16 National Platform for Peace and Reconciliation (NPPR) PRESS RELEASE Juba, 21 September 2014 - Hundreds of people took to the streets of the South Sudan capital Jubato ‘Walk for Peace’and demand (...)


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