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SPLA: Sudanese warplanes bomb N. Bahr el Ghazal, five dead

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December 26, 2012 (WAU) - Five people died on Wednesday when the Sudan Armed Forces attacked the South Sudanese state of Northern Bahr el Ghazal by ground and by air, according to the Southern military and residents in the area.

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Authorities say that 20 bombs were dropped in the attack, which began at around 11:30am and carried on until 6:30pm, in the contested Kiir Adem area, the spokesperson of the South Sudanese army (SPLA), Colonel Philip Aguer said.

The Sudan Armed Forces (SAF) "used ground and aerial bombardments" to kill "innocent civilians", he said in a statement broadcast by state-owned South Sudan Television (SSTV) on Wednesday.

SPLA forces in Kiir Adem "repulsed" SAF ground attacks on six occasions remaining in control of their positions, according to Aguer. The wounded were transported to Gokmachar - the administrative headquarters of Aweil North County.

South Sudan’s army was capable of defending the territorial integrity of the country, he said, telling citizens of Northern Bahr el Ghazal that the SPLA “will never let them down" in defending them.

The military officer said the SPLA’s headquarters in Juba was still receiving details about the attack but said three lives were lost in the bombing. However the Commissioner of Aweil North, Kuol Athuai Hal, said that five people died.

Sudan’s military six times “launched well organized and coordinated attacks today" but were pushed back by the SPLA, the Commissioner told Sudan Tribune from Gokmachar.

According to the Commissioner, SAF were attempting to take control of a bridge in Kiir Adem "but our forces as usual stood their ground and pushed the invading forces away. He said that the Sudanese forces have retreated to Majok Deng in order to regroup.

Further, The SPLA’s fifth division commander in Northern Bahr el Ghazal State, Major General Santino Deng Wol, also confirmed the clash and said the intention of the Sudanese armed forces is to dislodge his forces in the area.

"Sudan Armed Forces and their Riziegat militias attacked Kiir Adem this morning but they were pushed back. Their air-force dropped bombs killing five people including two children and three women. One person was injured and was evacuated to Aweil hospital."

In Khartoum Sudanese army, which accuse Juba of backing the rebel groups, did not make any comment on the attack. All the attention was focused on the talks between the visiting Ethiopian prime minister and the Sudanese president over the outstanding issues and implementation of security arrangements.

South Sudanese Ambassador in Khartoum Mayan Dut Wol was received today by the Sudanese Vice-President Adam Al-Haj in his office at the presidency.

Ambassador Wol told the official agency SUNA that the meeting discussed the implementation of the Cooperation Agreement and stressed the commitment of his government to continue negotiations through the joint political and security committee.

Since South Sudan’s independence last year Khartoum has periodically denied bombing southern territory, claiming that it has only attacked areas used by Sudanese rebels on the contested border between the two nations.

However, the United Nations and independent journalists in April witnessed bombings take place as far into South Sudan as Bentui - the capital Unity State - earlier this year, during the conflict over the disputed Heglig/Panthou oil region.

The Sudanese air force normally try to attack bridges and other infrastructure that they believe are being used to support rebels north of the border. The crude soviet-era Antonov’s used by Khartoum are notoriously inaccurate as bombs are manually thrown out the back of the plane.

Commissioner Hal said the SPLA, despite one solider being wounded, "have inflicted heavy loses on the attacking forces".

In South Sudan’s capital, Juba, the minister of information, Barnaba Marial Benjamin, described the incident as an “unwarranted wanton attack”.

"The government of the Republic of South Sudan condemned this aggression. This behaviour by the government of Sudan contravenes the Cooperation Agreement which the two presidents signed in September”, Marial said in a televised statement.

South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir and his Sudanese counterpart Omer Al-Bashir signed the deal after months of African Union-mediate negotiations, while under the threat of sanctions from the United Nations Security Council.

The Cooperation Agreement did not address resolving the status of disputed areas or border demarcation but did allow for a demilitarized buffer zone to be established 10km either side of a border line put forward by the AU mediation.

The location of the AU-proposed border, by which the buffer would be based, was initially rejected by both capitals despite the Security Council’s of both the UN and AU stating that it was non-binding and would have no impact on any final resolution of the border issue.

The buffer zone agreed in September designates Kiir Adem, which lies in the contested 14 Mile area between Northern Bahr el Ghazal and Sudan’s South Kordofan State, as part of the buffer zone.

Community leaders and politicians from the Dinka Malual ethnic group have rejected the inclusion of 14 Mile in the buffer zone, claiming that the ownership of the area has never been in dispute. Northern Bahr el Ghazal’s Governor Paul Malong Awan Anei is among those who has vowed to fight to defend the area if Sudan attempts to take it by force.

The implementation of the deal has stalled over security issues, with Juba claiming that Khartoum has made "impossible" additional demands, such as disarming northern armed groups who were alligned to the SPLA during the civil war and handing over details of Sudanese citizens who have applied to join the southern army.

Minister Marial said Sudan lacked the commitment to implement the Cooperation Agreement and accused the northern military of trying to provoke a retaliation from SPLA forces in order to trigger a "meaningless and unjust war" between the two countries.

“We have communicated this behaviour to the African Union and Security Council of the United Nations. Our representatives have been asked to lodge official complaints to the AU and UNSC”, Marial said.

The senior government official called on the citizens of Northern Bahr el Ghazal to remain in calm and vowed that defense of the territorial integrity of the new nation remains the top duty of the SPLA forces in the country.

Mel Wal Achien MP, who represents Aweil North in South Sudan’s parliament said three women a child and a man were killed in the aerial attack.

“The international community continues to keep quiet while the government of Sudan is killing innocent civilians. When are they going to talk? Why Sudan is allowed to kill without being asked and held accountable?”, he said.

Achien told Sudan Tribune that he wondered why the international community continues to keep quiet.

The former Aweil North County Commissioner, Deng Thiep Akok, also accused the international community of siding with Sudan. He urged young men from the area and the army to defend the country from being invaded by foreign forces.

“Nobody will come from anywhere to defend this country. It is us, especially our youth to enlist in the army and defend this land just as we did during the struggle. The peace that brought independence did not come without sacrifices. It was signed after [an estimated two million] lives were lost. The same is what is required”, he said

Akok urged the government to make defence a top priority, asserting that Sudan was not interested in a peaceful resolution of the many outstanding issues related to South Sudan’s independence. Khartoum was only interested in annex contested areas by force, he said.

"The government must call on our youth to massively enlist. More military camps should be opened for our youth to enlist and join military service", he said.

Akok accused Sudan of backing political and military dissidents who were fighting to remove the SPLM from power.

Such accusations are regularly made by Southern politicians and military figures but are always denied by Khartoum.

"An unjust war is being imposed on us every time. Sudan wants war. They do not need peace. Everything has already been said about this war of aggression by Sudan", he said.

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  • 27 December 2012 07:30, by master

    cry
    say alrooooob

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    • 27 December 2012 07:42, by omoni jr.

      Son of a bitch called master or monster.
      why you are fucking criminal government led by genocidial attacked civilians for? why they dont fight like men instead if killing unarmed people? Or is that the policy of terrorists across the globe? All muslims terrorists target civilians in this world,belive me or not....

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      • 27 December 2012 17:32, by ANYANYA1

        This is Sad News to read News like this every day,Presindent Kiir know how to order SPLA army to killed his own Citizen. and he don’t know how to order SPLA fight Sudanese Government ??Shame on Him.

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      • 27 December 2012 20:30, by Johndumo14

        Almost all muslims are terrorists,yes i agree with you.
        All over the world people are afraid when your name sound like for arab origin or a woman wearing head cloths.
        In the airport or in any bus or in the restaurant people live in fear,muslims are enemy of human kind

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      • 28 December 2012 10:11, by Ayom Ayom

        It;s simple, SPLA can just go back to Panthou

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    • 27 December 2012 07:49, by parajok

      No Peace in Two Sudan if the both led by madmen

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      • 27 December 2012 16:36, by Ahmed Chol

        You don’t bomb them and you can’t shoot them down? Then is the government capable of doing? Their strategy is that, before they meet with Kiir, they bomb civilians along the border first.
        Current SPLM government will not be able to solve the remaining issues with Arab. A new way of thinking is desperately needed.

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        • 27 December 2012 16:54, by Ahmed Chol

          I agree with Deng Thiep Akok, MP from Northern Bhar el Gazal. I wish he was in the ministry of defense. Salva Kiir always says that we don’t want war but that will not stop war from happening. It will still be considered a war even if we allow ourselves to slaughter and refuse to fight back.

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    • 27 December 2012 07:50, by Tutbol

      N Sudan with her evils UNSC backers especially the European thieves headed by the UK of old evil think they can re-unite our people by force with those we hate to death; that will never happen in million years until they finish the last S Sudanese. The govt should give back our weapons. The Europeans & their arab stooges want to invade our country to get hold of our resources...

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      • 27 December 2012 10:06, by Northern Sudanese

        Tutbol
        chill out dude, this whole article is a fake lie made up by SPLA. we don’t want to reunite with south sudan, no single northerner will ever accept that! please, resources resources resources, what have you got to offer other than just 300,000 b/d? other than oil you have nothing! we don’t want you back, stay in your newly shithole.

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        • 27 December 2012 11:18, by South Dengjok

          dear ME,
          USELESS News,but let them bomb us wiz their fucken shit we will got them and revenge it cuze they know our ground force

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        • 27 December 2012 15:28, by South South

          Northern Sudanese,
          No one in South Sudan wants to re-unite with fake Arab again. Did you forget the result of our referendum in 2011. 98% refused to have any unity with poor, thieves, penguins, terrorists and the like. You get son of a thief, who grow up eating things stolen from South Sudan.

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          • 27 December 2012 20:00, by Northern Sudanese

            South South
            exactly, we don’t want to reunite with ugly, disgursting , stinking , poor , dark , insects again!!! grew up from stolen things from south sudan? i grew up from things of united sudan and not the shithole of south sudan!!!

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        • 27 December 2012 15:31, by South South

          Northern Sudanese,
          Your poor country has nothing. Tell me why US $ hit 7.1 SP ?
          On Tuesday, one dollar bought up to 7.1 pounds, passing for the first time the psychological mark of 7 Sudanese pounds. This is from Reuters:http://sudan.net/completenews.php?nsid=4178&cid=1

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          • 27 December 2012 20:05, by Northern Sudanese

            South South
            dude whats your problem with the sudanese currency? a currency doesn’t determine whether a country is poorer or richer than the other. UK and EU have stronger currencies than the US, still US is stronger and richer than all of them combined + these are ’’black’’ market rates, each trader has his own price to make profit from currency sales. Egypt is 10 pounds ’’official’’ to $

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          • 27 December 2012 20:09, by Northern Sudanese

            South monkey
            your are poor , tell me why
            more than halve your people depend on food aid
            90% of your people are live in poverty
            98% of your economy depend on our pipes
            worst health crisis in the world is in south sudan
            all development projects on hold
            after all this you keep speaking about sudanese currency???

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    • 27 December 2012 07:52, by Tutbol

      N Sudan with her evils UNSC backers especially the European thieves headed by the UK of old evil think they can re-unite our people by force with those we hate to death; that will never happen in million years until they finish the last S Sudanese. The govt should give back our weapons. The Europeans & their arab stooges want to invade our country to get hold of our resources...

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      • 27 December 2012 08:07, by Tutbol

        Our security personel should keep watch both arabs & Europeans movement in our country, the European are now toppling central African republic & it will be our country if we are not keen. We don’t have their weaponries but we know our lands. Keep watch people, some Europeans monsters still think, Africa will be re-colonised by force & their evil guises. We don’t want the UK whatsoever, evil govt!

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        • 27 December 2012 22:30, by Kur Alier

          Right TUTBOL our security should watch all Arabs and those Arab bootlickers. Their security personnel get good accommodation and whatever covering they need in some big officials palaces. it is high time for our security to take full control I even doubt the recent killings of S/Sudanese. We simply don’t take enmity serious.

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    • 27 December 2012 09:06, by daniell

      The Northern Sudan bombed Southern Sudan is bad,unjustifiable because the cpa meant two independence and separate countries.

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    • 27 December 2012 15:05, by Johndumo14

      People are sick and tired of Colonel Philip Aguer said the same statements everday.
      Why are you always complaining about sudan warplanes bomb N.bahr el ghazal? Are you not a soldier? The sudan`s pilots are Russians and those 4 pilots shot down using UN helcopters were russians,people are in war ,there is no need to copmplain now,no one will pay attenssion to what you said,eit is time for action

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    • 27 December 2012 16:10, by Johndumo14

      SPLA must shoot down these ideot russin`s pilots.They are killing our people and they,at the same time they are asking for compasation.FIRST RUSSIA MUST Punish those RUSSIAN`S PILOTS WHO BOMBED AND KILLED OUR PEOPLE IN NUBA,BLUE NILE, DAFUR AND S.Sudan.AFTER THAT WE WIL PAY 5 COWS ,2 CAMELS,3 DONKEYS and 1monkey as gift to their president Putin ,FOR EACH RUSSIAN PILOT DIED OR SHOT DOWN BY MISTAKE.

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    • 27 December 2012 20:00, by Johndumo14

      TO BE A KING YOU HAVE TO FIGHT a WAR AND WIND THat WAR.
      ISRAEL FOUGHT THE WAR AND THY WON THE WAR IN 1969,THAT IS WHY EVERY BODY RESPECT ISRAEL AND FEARED IN THE WORLD!IF THE LION IS THE AREA EVERY ANIMAL TAKE PRECAUTION.WHICH WAR SPLA FOUGHT WITH KHARTOUM AND WON IT? KHARTOUM CONSIDER JUBA GOVERNMENT AS BANANA REPUBLIC.Spla must join forces with S.rebels and overthrow the government in khartou.

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    • 27 December 2012 20:13, by Johndumo14

      I think SPLA must replace kiir. South sudan needs a leader who is a fighter.
      The word Nilotic means people along the river nile and they are worriors and good fighters.
      Yes we can negotiate or talk but blieve me or not we have to fight these idiots arabs now ,later they will respect us AND fear us ,NOW THEY DON`NT KNOW US!!
      Now they think SPLA 10 soldiers have one gun or panga or spear.

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    • 28 December 2012 03:14, by Nguetbuny de Luelpiny

      United nation does not stand with weak people. They stand with strong nation. South must stop calling UN. Hunt those who came to the borders to where they came from. South Air force must shutdown north airplane intruders. Ours south official alway drinking, eat, stealing public money. I thought North airplane escort by south air force, and shut it down. shameful south officials talking powerles

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  • 27 December 2012 07:30, by dinkdong

    Philip, where are the SPLA soldiers of last week to shoot it down?

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  • 27 December 2012 07:33, by SPLA,corrup

    I think SPLM need to become like Israel who don’t tolerate bombs being dropt in their territory, they are now looking for anything to make the deal signed collapse...

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    • 27 December 2012 08:20, by Chol

      At least you didn’t paint the aircraft white with letters UN on it this time!

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  • 27 December 2012 07:40, by Jalaby

    Liars!
    They just want to divert people attention from the crime that they committed in Wau by killing Fartit ethnicity group!
    Thieves never feel the shame!

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    • 27 December 2012 08:06, by Nibs

      Undoubtedly confuse fellow.with those provocations splm should not implement any thing at all.prior to referendum,you used militias hoping to sabotage the process.now we are letting SRF kicks your gays’ ass.as soon as we develop our airforce,we’ll bomb civilians’ residence.it’s good that the unsc is quite.we don’t want them to open their mouth when we strike.tit for tat is a fair game.

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    • 27 December 2012 10:35, by Chanson

      Jalaby.Don;t tell us that we don’t know the NCP connection with Zande People of Wau.They are NCP supporters.Can you pliz close ur eyes and suck it up Coz this war is taking place in my own Town,county and in my village.Which lies are u talking about.Mighty SPLA/M kick your SAF asses hard and that is why they turn it on innocent civilians.Shame on you..

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    • 27 December 2012 13:45, by Rezingving monynok

      yaa jalaby ,welad Amira (son of Donkey)
      the whole world knows ,who are the worse liars in the world ,
      your brothers messengers of devil ,attacked our holy land by air and on ground ,but they were chased like dogs,
      go to Diaan now. you will find 49 wounded in Hospital,28 got killed and others are missing, devils , will send them to hell, this is confirmed information ..

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    • 28 December 2012 09:23, by Runrach

      Son of whore.You should appreciate the so-called Banki Moon for having stood with your fuckin genocidal govt. since we became a independent country. Anyway time will come for justice.

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  • 27 December 2012 07:53, by Peter Nhiany

    Bombing of South Sudanese innocent people becomes Khartoum’s daily bread. What the heck is wrong with the SPLA? Where are those aniti-aircraft missiles to shoot down those birds? I’m tired of our government officials of talking after an incident when we have the capacity to defense our territorial integrity. Take action and stop talking the talk.

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    • 27 December 2012 07:58, by dinkdong

      Peter, SPLA don’t have the anti-aircraft missiles for Khartoum’s airplanes, but UN’s.

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    • 27 December 2012 08:25, by Tutbol

      People don’t just blame SPLA for having no anti-aircrafts. The N Sudan’s main evil ally; the UK of all nation of the UNSC; lobbied other nations to death; not to sell their anti-aircrafts weapons to S Sudan, until the S Sudanese are bombed to submission & be e-united with the N Sudan so that the UK of all countries will continue to suck our wealths through the N Sudan! Open your eyes people...

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      • 27 December 2012 08:33, by George Bol

        Tutbol,
        Anti-aircraft bought at the time Garang alive were not delivered because of unfamiliarity of of our curent leaders. But SPLA has power to captured the entire Sudan with Ak47 because sudan is coward that can not stand our mighty SPLA.We would got advance weapons but due to tribalism, the west scare that we can turn them against each other-caution. let us ak47 for now until we learn unity

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        • 27 December 2012 10:12, by Northern Sudanese

          George Bol
          blah blah blah, this whole article is a lie just like saying we downed a sudanesee mig 29. where was SPLA when we took over Abyei? we where a whole year in Abyei and withdrew due to international pressure without SPLA doing a shit. it took us 8 days to finish all insects out of heglig. you didn’t repulse any ground force, ask yourself if we were to invade, what for???

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      • 27 December 2012 08:45, by Tutbol

        ... So that you people can clearly see the game the arabs & Europeans cabals are playing at their EU & their UNSC clubs are against our people. But we don’t want those slick thieves with their greeds whatsoever. They are addicted to exporting their slick terrorisms to other nations to plunder other nations’ wealths. And these are suppose to be civilised people? Here we go! Pathetic people atmost!

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      • 27 December 2012 12:00, by Peter Nhiany

        The United Nations reaction and acts swiftly to condemn the new nation when South Sudan responses to Sudan’s wanton provocations. I wonder what Ban Kimoon thinks of the people in South Sudan compared to Khartoum’s civilians? This is a clear ignorant on the side of UNSC to condemn Khartoum’s agressions against the people of South Sudan. Kimoon is a coward and should ashame of his leadership ability

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    • 27 December 2012 12:07, by Logic

      If the calibre of many commentators here are a reflection of N&S Sudan’s leadership then both are doomed. Where are the wise and learned? Certainly not on this site... SAF is a pussycat militia, they only feel safe from above 10,000’ft. Loooool!!
      Get rid of Bashir, then the increasingly useless SPLM will follow.

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      • 27 December 2012 12:52, by Tutbol

        Mr. Logic,
        SPLM will not go anywhere. SPLM old guards would only be retired & The SPLM’s young boys & girls take over. And they will have less to do with the North, for the scars are so deep to cozy up any relation with the North any time soon. It will take generations for a S Sudanese to take a N Sudanese an honest people. Trust me.

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      • 27 December 2012 13:21, by Tutbol

        Logic,
        Do you think any country would allow serious leadership issues that require security clearance would have anything to do with Sudantribune discusion board, to discuss items of national importance? Not in S Sudan though.

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      • 27 December 2012 14:22, by Marco A. Wek

        I am sickened and tired of SPLA continous crying, Sudanese army did this and dif that. If your government can’t buy you the needed weapons to your people and yourselves, then just bear the pain and humiliations.

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  • 27 December 2012 08:16, by pacoto

    Don’t call for international intervention coz SPLA and the leadership started killing the prominence staff of the peace keepers.by the way its the civilians suffering .all gov’t officers’families are out of the country.

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  • 27 December 2012 08:24, by George Bol

    S. Sudan need to scrutinized the intention of Sudan. When there is a meeting before Salva and Bashir, SAF bomb south. SAF did it in April, they did it in September of this year and they did it now. Sudan believed is fake aggrement-the one that can not be implimented. They are always buying.So, why not SPLA captured the sourunding including heglig?

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  • 27 December 2012 08:38, by Jalaby

    I thought thieves do not have anti-warplane missiles but I was wrong because thieves shot down UN plane and killed all people aboard recently!
    I think the anti-warplane missiles that thieves have only work against UN planes but never against SAF warplanes that’s why they failed to show us a tiny wreckage for any SAF warplane that they claimed shooting down! LOL

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    • 27 December 2012 10:45, by Peter Nhiany

      Jalaby, your way of thinking sometimes throw u back in telling the truths. Can you please tell this forum who is the thief; the person who takes other nation’s resources or the nation whom resources are being looted. I think history can sppeak for itself regardless of lame claims made by some irrationale Khartoum ideologists. Khartoum is known by the whole world as government of lying and grabbing

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      • 27 December 2012 11:43, by Northern Sudanese

        Peter Nhiany
        what resources are we looting? we had let you export oil for free for some time and given you back your oil and you then shut down the oil since 1 year ago. how are we looting your resources??? its your leaders looting your ’’own’’ resources by stealing $4 billions,don’t blame us! you keep saying we are looting, what are we looting? we are the ones feeding you with sorghum.

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        • 27 December 2012 14:21, by Rezingving monynok

          yaa Ibn LOOOTERS
          you want to tell us that you are not thieves
          ,tell the world what happened to 2.8 billion Sudanese pounds students funds for supporting Students, these big amount was stolen by your brothers, you loot your students money, then chased the students away from boarding by force using police.
          you are a known looters , denying of facts and disrespect of any agreements ,

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          • 27 December 2012 14:25, by Northern Sudanese

            Rezingving monynok
            first of all, there are no stolen student funds at all! secondly, even if there was then that is not called ’’looting our resources’’ because it has nothing to do with the shithole of south sudan!!!

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            • 27 December 2012 15:40, by South South

              Northern Sudanese,
              "first of all, there are no stolen student funds at all! secondly, even if there was then that is not called ’’looting our resources’’ because it has nothing to do with the shithole of south sudan!!!"
              Son of a thief, you ok it to steal, read what you said above. Growing up eating things stolen from South Sudan.

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              • 27 December 2012 20:12, by Northern Sudanese

                South South
                son of a whore, go and educate yourself and learn English. isn’t english supposed to be your ’’first’’ language??? if you read properly you will understand that i haven’t allowed looting. unfortunately, you are a south sudanese so you never understand. you grew up from sudanese food, i grew up from stuff belonging to sudan, not shithole of south sudan :)

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    • 27 December 2012 13:14, by SmartBrain

      Jallaby,
      Sometimes your posts are logical, "why these SPLA soldiers don’t shoot down SAF jet fighters, antonov or helicopter-gunships that are bombing deep inside South Sudan and killing mostly civilians but they shot down UN helicopter?"

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  • 27 December 2012 08:44, by Majer

    I am sick and tired of these Khartoum’s provocation. They do all these because we have weak and timid leaders who think Khartoum Authorities might one time change their mindset and assist us in any way. This is wrong idea; we need to be hard and mind our business without them. Let’s belief in the Philosophy of an eye for an eye, and their provocation will be history.

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  • 27 December 2012 09:13, by solider

    you south ppl r so stupid. why don’t u open your minds and ask yourselves some simple questions , why the UN and the international world never condemn these attacks ???? the answer is becoz it is nothing but BULLSHIT. the world is laughing at how stupid and naive people are you.

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    • 27 December 2012 09:50, by Chol

      Which ones are the stupid ones; the ones who earned their independent; or the ones who cannot defeat their rebels?

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      • 27 December 2012 10:17, by Northern Sudanese

        Chol
        the rebels are part of the country. + fighting rebels is like Tom & jerry. we free one area, the rebels take over another village. just like that...
        yes, the country who got independence is stupid you know why?
        unable to feed more than halve its people
        unable to handle the worst health crisis in the world
        unable to pay wages
        ect.......

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        • 27 December 2012 12:03, by Tutbol

          N Sudanese,
          Does it ever ring in your ignorant mind that S Sudan was part of your claimed rich N Sudan for nearly 60 since independece from the UK? & only less than two years since the South part ways with the North? Don’t you know all the borrowed money for developments were borrowed in the name of united Sudan? But your obscene greed made you people spent every penny in the North alone?...

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          • 27 December 2012 12:23, by Tutbol

            You have been singing that song for a long while that S Sudan has the worst health crises, food insecurity & the lowest literacy rate in the world. That’s exactly true, but don’t you feel ashame that your greed in the North caused all those ills? Which Country in the world with those ills that you mentioned can solve them problems in less than two years of its independent? Your ignorant is showing

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            • 27 December 2012 14:29, by Northern Sudanese

              Tutbol
              did i mention anything about the debts? no so what are you on about???
              secondly, when we were in a united sudan you were in a better condition. your people were eating from sudanese food, you didn’t have the worst health crisis as there were sudanese doctors. how can you say that we caused this stuff? you chose independence & you chose to shut don the oil which is 98% of your income!

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        • 27 December 2012 15:46, by South South

          Who is really stupid here ? Some one who lost one third of his country ? Someone who does not know his color ? Some one who was raised up by things stolen from South Sudan ? Stupid Northern Sudanese who just make very empty lies

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          • 27 December 2012 20:17, by Northern Sudanese

            South South
            ’’Some one who lost one third of his country ?’’ who voted for independence? was it me or you? secondly, south sudan has got nothing but oil! i know my color, i am yellow lol please, what things did we steal from south sudan??? your are the ones stealing sudanese food inorder to feed yourself!

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    • 27 December 2012 10:57, by Tutbol

      Soldier.
      Since when had your so-called UN ever condemn the North provocative activities? Answer please? Your so-called UN condemned the SPLA some days ago for the UN own bungled communication mishap & now you spewing your crap that some your UN crooks are laughing at us because we are dumb. What an advice by a soldier! Get a life SOLDIER if at you are one. But i doubt your soldier’s claim though.

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  • 27 December 2012 09:55, by master

    brainless janobean ( pro-SPLM )
    stop talkative & show us your actions
    since there no oil money you are under our mercy
    SPLM thugs want to fill their accounts in foreign countries & then skip the sanking boat
    SPLM thugs very clevers
    they sent their families abroad & collecting money of poor south sudanese

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    • 27 December 2012 10:03, by 4Justice

      Master, Salva is a shameless creature, why don’t you just drop a bomb on his stupid house in Juba.

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      • 27 December 2012 10:53, by master

        4justic
        because if we kill him we can not find other one
        worsen than him except you

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      • 27 December 2012 12:44, by bianaathling

        4 justice,
        Let us forgive him the guy is our cow boy may be anytime he will learn from his mistakes

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  • 27 December 2012 10:09, by Agasio Aropdit

    Government of Sudan,s SAF should have to stop this conducts of bombatment of the suoth sudan areas otherwise they will not be in peace later on the days to come when the government of suoth sudan will take note of those who uses to brake the laws of peace

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    • 27 December 2012 10:20, by Northern Sudanese

      As soon as SPLA stops supporting rebels, there will be peace. don’t worry, just tell salva!

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      • 27 December 2012 11:27, by Nyakuzuny

        hey Northern Sudan and Jalaby Spla Oyeee! New Sudan Oyeee!
        South Sudan will leading your Country Northern Sudan forever tell your President Aljerima that South Sudan will leading You forever.

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        • 27 December 2012 11:48, by Northern Sudanese

          Nyakuzuny
          you are getting bombed all the time and you keep saying oyee!
          halve your people depend on food aid and you keep saying oyee!
          90% of your people are in poverty and you keep saying oyee!
          98% of your economy depend on our pipes and you say oyee!
          $4 billion stolen by your president and you keep saying oyee!
          worst health crisis in the world and you keep saying oyee!
          keep dreaming boy.......

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          • 27 December 2012 12:16, by Nyakuzuny

            Northern Sudanese Please brother you wait 2013 we will affecting your Richness for our resources ,our Economic now is going well because we Members of the world Econonmics
            n you will waiting again for Returning Pipes-lines to East Africas. We are Truly African , we are already making Pipes-lines brother, but you don’t know n you remaing foorest Country. Spla Oyeee , New Oyeee, Rich Nation Oyeee.

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            • 27 December 2012 14:33, by Northern Sudanese

              Do you know that all development projects in south sudan are on hold? being a member of economic organisation doesn’t make you rich loool most your people depend on food aid and you call us poor??? loooooool

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          • 27 December 2012 12:29, by Nyakuzuny

            Northern Sudanese brother don’t about this bombing are you forgetting Spla forces n what was happening in Pan-thou we was defeated Like the Dogs.we are still Respecting the World Nation,Like U.N Security council and the rest of the world leaders,if we are saying now SPLA will destroying Khartoum right,bro’ we will not take any minute more out Side Khartoum,but we leaf you b/s you are Stupids peopl

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            • 27 December 2012 12:39, by Nyakuzuny

              brother be understanding we are strong Nation , We are the Fighters people not like you northern Corruption believe me I know your Corruption very much, SPLA Will defeating you forever tell your Ohmer Aljerima that please be stoping this Bombing because we will destroying Khartuom corruption City.

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              • 27 December 2012 14:38, by Northern Sudanese

                Nyakuzuny
                watch your words and keep your dreams in your minds, or else you will find your main stronghold on the border of uganda just like in the 90’s!
                That SPLA became a national army doesn’t mean its changed
                , it is still the same rebel army but with cleaner uniforms.

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            • 27 December 2012 14:35, by Northern Sudanese

              Nyakuzuny
              you have been singing khartoum all your life but never reached it! in Heglig we kicked your butts out like dogs, don’t listen to poor salva because the day he announced withdrawal in 3 days the sudanese army was already controlling the oil field!!! you can’t feed yourself, yet speaking about war?????

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              • 27 December 2012 15:45, by Nyakuzuny

                Hahahaaa Northern Sudanese don’t crying about Resources ,because we was withdrawal from Panthou am Sorry for that ,wait the Second Round we will defeating Untill Khatoum ,please you will be crying like Dogs looooeeee, because at this movement we will contolling as our Country Land , like the name Sudan , Sud-mean Black which mean the country of the Black people you be understanding you are slavers

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                • 27 December 2012 20:21, by Northern Sudanese

                  Nyakuzuny
                  who was the one crying UN while being bombed by MIG 29’s?
                  who was the one crying UN when we were still in Abyei?
                  you never withdrew, on the 20th of April you announced withdrawal in 3 days while on that same date, the Sudanese army was ’’inside’’ Heglig. i challenge anyone to get me evidence that SPLA withdrew and was in control of that place until the 23rd of April!

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              • 27 December 2012 15:45, by Nyakuzuny

                Hahahaaa Northern Sudanese don’t crying about Resources ,because we was withdrawal from Panthou am Sorry for that ,wait the Second Round we will defeating Untill Khatoum ,please you will be crying like Dogs looooeeee, because at this movement we will contolling as our Country Land , like the name Sudan , Sud-mean Black which mean the country of the Black people you be understanding you are slavers

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          • 27 December 2012 17:24, by panchol

            Northern Sudanese!
            with your air-force and ground incursion,what have you done to our Mighty SPLA? come to talk is the only solution.I tell you don’t cry later when SPLA gallant forces start their operations. cowards Arabs.

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            • 27 December 2012 20:23, by Northern Sudanese

              panchol
              we have kicked your poor dark butts out of Heglig.
              we controlled Abyei for a year until you and the UN begged us to get out and negotiate for peace.
              we bombed your poor butts more than 20 times.
              and faaar more :)

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  • 27 December 2012 14:18, by James Maker Akok

    We Southerns Sudanese people blaming UN, UNSC, and EU but the problems our top South Sudan Government leaders, they are not strong to international/UN leaders talk and International/UN need you to be strong in talk but if you are weak they will not you your right.
    So this is a problem why South Sudan people don’t get their right.

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    • 27 December 2012 14:31, by James Maker Akok

      We Southern Sudanese people are blaming UN, UNSC, and EU but the problems are our top South Sudan Government leaders, they are not strong to International/UN leaders talk and International/UN leaders need you to be strong in talk but if you are weak they will give you your right.
      So this is a problem why south Sudan people don’t get their right.

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      • 27 December 2012 14:53, by James Maker Akok

        UN, UNSC, EU, and AU knowing that North Sudan Government is cheating South Sudan to take Lands by force but UN, UNSC, EU, and AU need South Sudan Government to be strong in talk by giving all informations and tell International Leaders that we need our rights now not tomorrow.

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      • 27 December 2012 14:56, by James Maker Akok

        I mean they will not give you your right

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      • 27 December 2012 15:08, by James Maker Akok

        We South Sudanese people are blaming UN, UNSC, and EU but the problems are our top South Sudan Government Leaders, they are not strong to International/UN leaders talk and International/UN leaders need you to be strong in talk but if you are weak they will not give you your right.
        So this is a problem why South Sudan people don’t get their rights.

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  • 27 December 2012 15:58, by solider

    Nyakuzuny, studies showed that sudan could be one of the richest nations .sudan is bordering 4 countries that don’t have an access to the sea CHAD ,CENTRAL AFRICA REPUBLIC ,SOUTH SUDAN ,ETHIOPEA. if we can link them to the red sea by roads and modern railways sudan will be the best spot for free duty,the AFRICAN SINGAPORE.add to that the undiscovered natural resorces and the huge agriculture land

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    • 27 December 2012 17:49, by James Maker Akok

      Solider/fake name
      Do not count South Sudan into your business system, most of us are not with you North Sudan, we are in planning to connect to Kenya port in Limu port.

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      • 27 December 2012 20:25, by Northern Sudanese

        James Maker Akok
        don’t worry, Lamu project won’t go through. it reacquires more than $20 billions, where are you insects going to get the money from while you can’t feed more than halve your people???

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        • 27 December 2012 21:36, by James Maker Akok

          Northern Sudanese,
          We are in planning for Kenya port already. Look now we are already connect businesses with Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, and Ethiopia while we are not connect business with North Sudan, that is a way oil pipeline going to be connect to Kenya port and Kenya is very happy for that. Money is there for connect that.

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        • 28 December 2012 05:20, by bakuluk

          N Sudan you need to create your own word,insects mean you are preaching genocide for the future war.I think you are Khartoum graduate,which you are karan extremist studied, NYAKANY Was right,next war KHARTOUM will be dismantle. and for you N Khartoum you need to pack what belong you.because spla n and Daforia are crawl and waiting.Sudan will be burn and time soon with your no genital women.

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          • 28 December 2012 05:44, by bakuluk

            I believe Kiir mayardit will no keep kissed Bashir asshole he is already frustrated for Bashir lunatic.year 2013 will be Northern Sudan to seeking for refuge any where,include Southern Sudan.

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    • 27 December 2012 21:03, by Tutbol

      Lol that is a European thieves ploy & their american corparations brothers’ in looting pal. The Europeans are so broke & so they cozy up with their gulf states cabals financiers & the aim is to re-loot africa! But a cover has to be devised first; TO MAKE PORT SUDAN OUR THEIR NEW DUBAI!! & then a former french colony C.A.R president has to be removed from power because he is an obstacle...

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      • 27 December 2012 21:21, by Tutbol

        ..then Chad, C.A.R, Darfur, N Sudan, S Sudan & S Sudan & Ethiopia would be Europeans, The US corporarions & arabs gulf states’ neo-colonies! & the North Sudan & its port S Sudan would be the colonists imperial capital where the colonist would ship away their loots & manage the affairs of the other landlocked loots suppling states!? Sound familiar, but first they have to kill off some opposing...

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        • 27 December 2012 21:47, by Tutbol

          ...neo-colonalism africans before all these become a reality. These thieves will easily succeed in former france colonies where these thieves are still worship as gods, but i bet they will have hard times in some countries where these thieves are considered grand monsters that cannot be touched with even a nine foot pole! They will use menaces, destabalizations, mercenaries & all, but will not win.

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  • 27 December 2012 16:06, by solider

    american studies shows that there is a sea of oil under darfur . chad will soon start to export its oil through sudan.that will sure boost our economy. chad already rented SAWAKEN PORT for the emport and export of its goods.just imagen sudan well be getting customs fees from everything entering and exiting chad.

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  • 27 December 2012 16:21, by solider

    same thing will happening to CENTRAL AFRICA REPUBLIC. sudan will link C.A.R with suffesticated railways and roads to give it a fast access to the ocean. that will make us gain billions. free duty business is more powerful than any kind of natural resources business

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  • 27 December 2012 18:03, by Pinyin Gatkuoth

    Dear civilian of South Sudan if your leader is acoward u will die like a flys, don’t u known that our government still begging Bhisher Government b/c how many time North Sudan bombed Northern Bahr-Ghazal and N. Upper Nile while no one day bomb the North Sudan.
    Please weak Government we are very very suffering for ur role ya comred Salva and ur government. we the civilians, we will never fineshin

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  • 27 December 2012 18:37, by S.SUD

    And where is UN and AU? tha sooner we attack back in defence they open their mouths!! I say f... the international community!!

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  • 27 December 2012 19:44, by JAMES KUOI STEPHEN

    Bombing civilan every years would not be possible to be comprimise and forgive at these period!. Bashir should respects several meeting he held with Prsident Kiir of Southern Sudan.The SPLA should not indulged those plans to bombed Citizen of Southern Sudan.Protecting citizenship is very important and reactive aggressive against!

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  • 27 December 2012 19:47, by JAMES KUOI STEPHEN

    Bombing civilan every years would not be possible to be comprimise and forgive at these period!. Bashir should respects several meeting he held with Prsident Kiir of Southern Sudan.The SPLA should not indulged those plans to bombed Citizen of Southern Sudan.Protecting citizenship is very important and reactive aggressive against!

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  • 28 December 2012 04:54, by Mi diit

    "When they shall say peace, peace, then comes sudden destruction."

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  • 28 December 2012 07:53, by JohnGarangFreedom

    South Sudanese, don’t always whining. Please protect yourself as nation. I am say it.

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    • 28 December 2012 10:31, by Ommar Bashir

      Our people are stronger and united than ever before. Although, my government have no base of economy to support its people because of Khartoum blocking oil flow, I have no doubt in my government. He/she is looking other ways of getting money to support itself.

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