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March 8, 2013 (ADDIS ABABA/JUBA) – Sudan and South Sudan have agreed on immediate and unconditional withdrawal of forces to their side within two weeks, to allow for establishment of a safe demilitarized border zone, the African Union High Level Implementation Panel (AUHIP) said Friday.

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President Omar al-Bashir (R) walks out with Thabo Mbeki (left) and President Salva Kiir Mayardit after a meeting in 2011 [©Reuters]

The two countries, at the end of an extraordinary Joint Political and Security Mechanism (JPSM) meeting, held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia also committed themselves to the deployment of the Joint Border Verification and Monitoring Mechanism (JBVMM) and the activation of all security related mechanisms from 10 March.

Both Sudan and South Sudan, in September last year, signed a Cooperation Agreement, which covered oil and citizenship rights as well as security issues, among others. Since then, implementation of the deal have stalled over Khartoum’s insistence that Juba sever all ties with Sudanese rebel groups - an allegation that is denied by South Sudan.

However, South Sudan, the AUHIP said in a communiqué, agreed to provide land at Gok Machar for Initial Operational Capability (IOC) the within 16 days while Sudan chose Kadugli, the South Kordofan state capital as the JBVMM and sector headquarters.

“The JBVMM will operate immediately from Kadugli, within its capabilities. In Gok Machar, IOC will be operational within 30 days of provision of land,” partly reads the communiqué.

The inclusion of ’Mile 14’ in the proposed border buffer zone caused consternation in South Sudan’s Northern Bahr el Ghazal, despite the African Union and United Nations making clear that the location of the buffer zone would have no bearing on any final border settlement.

Sudan had initially proposed for the extension of the demilitarised area on the common border to include Blue Nile and South Kordofan, a proposal Juba declined to accept. The Sudanese army later claimed Juba refuses to pull out its troops from the disputed area of Mile 14.

Ban Ki-moon applauds

Ban Ki-Moon, United Nations Secretary-General has welcomed the outcome of the agreement reached by the two countries, but warned that any conditions placed will be a setback to its implementation.

“With this agreement, there should be no further conditions in the way of immediate implementation of the other signed 27 September agreements, including the agreement on oil,” Ki-Moon said in a statement.

The UN chief also reiterated the United Nations readiness to support the operations of the JBVMM as well as assist the parties in the implementation of these agreements reached.

The two sides almost returned to full scale conflict in April last year when the South Sudan army (SPLA) briefly occupied another disputed territory, Heglig/Panthou, an oil-rich area which South Sudan says should lie in Unity state rather than South Kordofan.

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  • 9 March 2013 07:11, by 4Justice

    This is yet another delay tactic by Khartoum to buy more time and the slant-eye Korean is quick to endorse it! Where were you Banki when your friend Al Bashir was dropping bombs on innocent civilians?

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    • 9 March 2013 10:19, by Mi diit

      Khartoum will only accept honest and non military language only if South Sudan gets a strong commander in chief of the army who will deter Khartoum’s threats. Somebody courageous enough to visit the army on frontlines regularly and make sure money is not stolen while soldiers go unfed well or not equipped with modern weaponry. Otherwise, Khartoum will always ride on our weakness they know.

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    • 9 March 2013 15:19, by Ayuiu Makuac Lam

      We, the south sudan cannot trust president Bashir of his usual fals SPLA cannot Quezes its forces completely, because Gok Machar is can be simply abandon when there are wrong tactic by khartoum.

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  • 9 March 2013 07:12, by master

    when SAF pound hard we always get good out come

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  • 9 March 2013 07:15, by sudani ana

    This agreement is no good and doomed to fail. South Sudan should first close the JEM and other rebels’ military bases in South Sudan and stop all forms of support to SPLA/M North. These people are not honest, they will sign agreements only to stab us in the back. They think they are still rebelling against their government in the North. They don’t act like an independent country.

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    • 9 March 2013 07:36, by cbuongdit cholkua

      Sudani ana, we always stabed our enemy in the face and not from behind like you Khartoum does. That’s how a really man face his attacker.

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    • 9 March 2013 08:48, by Ommar Bashir

      Sudan Ana
      Ya Inti you don’t what the hell you are talking about. I’m Arab by religion I should have had accepted such damn name before. You shouldn’t be convincing us at this time. We have learned your cunning because you were using us against our brothers from the South as your tool. Now you will know who we are. This government must be changed by us and our friends.

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      • 9 March 2013 09:02, by Mohammed Ali 2

        Omer Bashir, what do you mean by Arab by religion? If you mean Islam it is not Arab religion, even not muslim’s religion. It belongs only to Allah, not to anyone.There are more non-Arab muslims than Arab muslims.

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        • 9 March 2013 09:37, by Deng II

          Ali
          There is no allah, I know only Mohammed who molested childern and womanizer.

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          • 9 March 2013 09:50, by Mohammed Ali 2

            Deng, don’t be ignorant! Allah means God in Arabic. I am sure you are just a brainwashed ignorant who thinks that he knowes something , because he knowes few English words.That type of filthy propoganda is mainly and exclusively targets brainwashed ignorants like you.

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            • 9 March 2013 09:56, by Deng II

              Ali
              This is not a big deal, I was stating the fact. I know Allah mean God, but Mohammed is not a God but god. He was a human being with all features of human being. is it right?

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              • 9 March 2013 11:25, by Mohammed Ali 2

                Deng, absolutely Deng, Mohammed "pbuh" is a human being , the Quran said so, and he himself said that I am just a human being. How could a human being who eats food, go to the toilet and have all our physiological needs be GOD.How could God die or be killed? God does not die, human beings like Mohammed die and got disease and reieved treatment, just like us.But he carried the message of god !

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            • 9 March 2013 10:55, by master

              mohammed Ali
              don’t waste your time with this nake guy called Deng , he still drink cow urine and talk about unseen i wish him to stay with his believes for ever
              hopeless case

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      • 9 March 2013 09:14, by cbuongdit cholkua

        Thank you brother. Long live JEM,long live Jubaal al Nuba, long Blue Nile, One day or any time soon, you guys will hold the Key for Sudan and we will be living side by side as brothers.

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      • 9 March 2013 14:01, by michel

        I Don’t understand what means:"I’m Arab by religion".
        Because I am Arab and Christian, like many others in Egypt, Sudan, Lebanon, Irak, Syria etc... Allah is God in Arabic for Christians and Moslems and Jesus was speaking a semantic language ("Arameya").

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  • 9 March 2013 07:19, by omoni jr.

    WOW,
    Al Bashir is very smart and cunning,he took this advantage from weak leader Salva kiir. I wish Dr John Garang De mabior Lual Atem alive now,all these craps should have been solved during Day 1.
    we lost very charismatic and unlimited knowledge leader in sudan,if not in AFRICA at large. Fake Arabs are making fun to our current leaders because all are blind leaders,if Not because of fake ARABS

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    • 9 March 2013 08:02, by zulu

      Mistress, listen to Sudani ana. This agreement is nothing but a farse. Pounding civilians and not pounding the mighty SPLA is a cowardice act.
      Omoni, You are one lousy fool
      Bol. Fantastic for your comment. We have been rebels for over 50yrs. We know our jungles. SAF will not gain anything from this but will later claim many things. Basis for JEM, SPLA-N are practically untouched by coward SAF

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      • 9 March 2013 09:09, by Mohammed Ali 2

        Zulu, what jungle you are talking about?!You want people to die for you while you are enjoying the looooooted money on Australia.You are not in SS and will never come there.Peace will enable S.Sudanese to export their oil and live and prosper the same way you are living with their money.This agreement is implement the withdrwal of the forces and the negotiation will continue in a healthy enviormen

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        • 9 March 2013 09:18, by Mohammed Ali 2

          Zulu,the ordinary ,decent,poor and marginalized pple of S.Sudan will be the first to celebrate this agreemen.They whole world is pushing SS to accept this agreement,because the SPLA thieves had stolen all the money;pple are facing a catastrophic famine during the rainy season.Everybody is struggling with the financial crises & no doners.Enjoy your ice cold beer & give SSa chance to live!

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          • 9 March 2013 18:54, by zulu

            ali
            i am not a fool. indeed all SS are not fools. Sudan is not in our interest to export oil. We are building an alternate route as you’ve witnessed we have not budged into dmz nor disengagement. This is the truth. i am in ss Torit in fact. Compare your currency to ours and see who suffers. Got to hell and do your own checks. I am telling you, I live in the jungle not dessert

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          • 9 March 2013 21:37, by Force 1

            Mohammed Ali,
            So you’re still hoping South Sudan oil will ever go through Sudan again for you to loot? South Sudan will never trade with thieves anymore. What did you do to South Sudanese over the years; when you were in control of South Sudan oil and oil revenues? Now you’re no longer in control; all of a sudden you pathetically pretend to cares about South Sudanese.

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  • 9 March 2013 07:27, by George Bol

    Tactics of Khartoum are clear. When there is meeting b/n Sudan and S.Sudan, they bomb the SPLA positions. But when they step on our tails especially for Salva Kiir, SPLA can enter Khartoum. SPLA enter lightly to Heglig in a day but this time .it will be few hours.

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  • 9 March 2013 07:39, by Panthou

    Demilitarized zones! I will be a cow-bull if this happened! There will be no an agreement between S n N. Otherwise, war is the option.

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    • 9 March 2013 07:46, by Xeno

      Sudani ana is in heat....who wants to fuck her?

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      • 9 March 2013 18:33, by hellonearth

        Xeno

        Me here bro, i want to go doggy on her man.
        this Agreement is bullshit. no more agreements. mark the boarder with AK47 thats the only way

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  • 9 March 2013 07:57, by Panthou

    Those of Bieen-nom n Ruweng people will never tolerate this miles 14 plan, I swear! Correct me, if I am wrong!

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    • 9 March 2013 08:14, by Deng II

      Panthou
      Those Ruweng people are few in numbers even though are warrior. They can not fight north by themselves.if thier population were like Northern Bharl el ghazal they would not allow Karasana and Panthou to be taken by Araba by forces.

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      • 9 March 2013 08:31, by Deng II

        Kiir is desperate with oil, leave the oil in Unity State and Upper Nile state alone. Explore oil in Warrap. If You(Kiir) like oil why u allow Panthou oil being taken by force? I wish God burn all oil in Sudan and South Sudan into ashes.Greedy and corrupting people for the name of liberation sa if they only people found in SouthSudan. Shame on you selfishness.

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        • 9 March 2013 08:42, by Deng II

          Greedy n corrupted people for the name of liberation as if they were the only people who fought in South Sudan.The only reason South go and gazing in Addis is they though Sudan will allpw oil to flow. But I agreed with Sudan that let them not allow oil to flow.

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          • 9 March 2013 08:54, by Deng II

            Fuck you chuei( theft). oil,oil,n oil. fuck u oil. Karasana was captured in 2008 because we don’t need to interrupting oil flow. Arab is going to take 1/4 mile of land every day, but we have to appease Bashit so that oil can flow.

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      • 9 March 2013 08:38, by Panthou

        Yeah you are right, but we never gave up our home, have you ever heard that? We will be here till God destroyed the world, no matter what! Population don’t
        mean anything to us!

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        • 9 March 2013 09:10, by julia

          panthou.
          deng II is right.kiir kuethpiny is overhauled by his weakness,also by Deng Majok son.dispert of our braveness western pandang people to claim our right with help of our eastern padang bros we still be betrayed by kiir diplomacy dominated by Abyei son.what happen to innocent Dr. francis Naziro? Here DengII has a point bro.

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          • 9 March 2013 10:13, by Panthou

            Yaayaa Julia! What’s wrong with you dude? You hit the point!

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      • 9 March 2013 09:00, by Panthou

        Deng10, kerisanna n panthou were not in the hand of Arab since, till your motherfucker Kiir came to power. Have ever heard that panrieng was evacuated? Fuck sons of bitches who sold themselves to Arab in the darkest! N act like there were not. Bieen-nom n panrieng were called an independent brigade during the moment. Then what’s your point here?

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        • 9 March 2013 09:13, by Deng II

          Panthou
          Do u read english? we are not differnt. My talking point is aiming at South Government. Read between the line, there is nowhere I wrote in an implied I supporting the Government. Again, There is nowhere I said Panrieng was been evacuated.

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          • 9 March 2013 09:21, by Deng II

            Panthou
            U need to think critically and read between the line before you jump with explicited insulting. I understand you clearly that u though I am from Abyei, but you are wrong, magic thinking ability is 100% wrong.

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            • 9 March 2013 09:50, by Panthou

              Deng II, sorry if I quote you wrong! I reaffirmrd that we had no difference.

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      • 9 March 2013 09:36, by DHARCHEP

        Panthou,
        I think you don’t know what you are talking about.You say "those Biemnom n Ruweng people will never tolerate this 14 miles plan".Biemnom is a county for DINKA RUWENG PEOPLE, whereas Panrieng is a county for DINKA PANARUU.Panaruu people are not called RUWENG.Panaruu is Panaruu and Ruweng is Ruweng.If you lost your Identity,you are from Panaruu.We don’t need stupid minded people in Ruweng.

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        • 9 March 2013 09:52, by Deng II

          Dharchep
          Why so bitter with Panaruu alway? Do you have problem with them? Or Becuase of name Ruweng?

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          • 9 March 2013 11:38, by AUGUSTINO DENG

            Deng11,
            You are right.Asking question is not a problem.I believe your name is called Deng.How will you feel if I know you and then I called you Chol? Will you be happy? Panaruu are not called Ruweng completely.Iam from Ruweng myself,but the history behind Dinka Ruweng of Biemnom and Dinka Panaruu of cannot be explained in this website.For more info,you can contact me@ ruwengbiemnom@rocketmail.com

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      • 9 March 2013 09:43, by DHARCHEP

        Mr.Deng 11,
        Whoever called himself Panthou from Dinka Panaruu is a confused element guy. He does not even know his Identity. He is from Dinka Panaruu of Panrieng County in Unity State. I was wondering when he say "Biemnom n Ruweng". Biemnom is a county of Dinka Ruweng. Panrieng is a county of Dinka Panaruu. Who is Panthou? It is true that Dinka Ruweng consist of SIX CLANS namely:

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        • 9 March 2013 09:47, by DHARCHEP

          Mijuan, Amaal, Abaang, Thiyeer, Manteng, and NgongChill. These are the Six clans of Dinka Ruweng Community of Biemnom in Unity State. My arguement is that Panaruu are not called Ruweng. I know people of Dinka tried very hard to change their name Panaruu to Ruweng, but it will never happened. Their names is Panaruu.

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          • 9 March 2013 10:13, by Deng II

            Dharchep
            Im not from Ruweng People, but when I read Douglass Johnson article about the war in Aliny or Panthou, it seem he stated that all Panaruu, A loor, and Paweng were called Rueng dinka before Paweng moved to Atar. In fact, Mijuan just departed from Panaruu recently which my estimated it may be in 18 century. You seem just a Kid bitter with specific reason.

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            • 9 March 2013 10:34, by Deng II

              Dharchep
              One of friend told me why they called Ruweng is when they emigrating from Malakal to westward to Panaruu. when they reached Panaruu at night, they thought they can take a little rest and then wake up early morning befor sunrise,but intead they didnot wake up before sunrise but after the sunrise. so they convince themselves not to move any more. so Ruweng is mean People and Panaruu is hom

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            • 9 March 2013 11:56, by DHARCHEP

              Deng2,
              Let have respect to each other. If you are from Panaruu, then deal with me openly with a pure discussion. you say "You seem just a Kid bitter with specific reason". Don’t say that. First of all, you don’t know me. If you are from Panaruu and tried to hide your identity, then that is fine with, but Panaruu are from Ruweng. I will stop there.
              Thanks

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  • 9 March 2013 07:59, by cbuongdit cholkua

    I do not agree with that agreement that Kiir and Bashir signed, because Bashir has a suspicious looks and seemed to have mockery face.Also Gong de Michar should the right place for JBVMM and not Kadugeli simply because Bashir chose Kadugeli to play it as another way from the occupied areas in Kadugeli.I think if we wanted to sign an agreement, then let’s not play any game on it or otherwise I-

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    • 9 March 2013 08:00, by cbuongdit cholkua

      I prefer for little pinching in the Butt.

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      • 9 March 2013 08:21, by julia

        we don,t want mile 14 extension to our area as sudan propose it last month.
        Ak47 rifle. Let Ghazal people mess up our belovely nation but God is great to give wise son of Upper nile a chance like Dr.John G.

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        • 9 March 2013 09:12, by Panthou

          Right Julia, no more compliant! We’re anointed for so long! Let who want to come, come!

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    • 9 March 2013 10:00, by Panthou

      Dharchep, die hard for the name Ruweng! Or (Tiop de gaang ajuot) do you have that in bieem-nom? Come back to Ruweng if you love it! Otherwise, bye bye bieen-nom!

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      • 9 March 2013 11:46, by AUGUSTINO DENG

        Panthou,
        Listen here my friend.I am a pure native Ruweng.But I do see that you people of Panaruu have a problem in the name Ruweng.I know that Ruweng Chief is called Kur Kuot and Panaruu Chief is call Jau Jiel.If you people of Panaruu love the name Ruweng,it is fine with me but don’t tried to pust the people of Ruweng away from their name.If you want more info,you can contact me at 469-531-1968.

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        • 9 March 2013 16:13, by Panthou

          Augustino Deng, I am a pure Ruweng per history! I don’t seek any further info from anybody. Person can’t moved with the land but with the name. How can awet bill call themselves Ruweng. 2nd to you your self Augustino was born in panaruu an area called ngabule, that area belong to Diaar clan, then raised in panthu de Diaar. Your dad n uncles were a mijong-thon lineage traditionally.

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          • 9 March 2013 18:55, by AUGUSTINO DENG

            Panthou,
            Is your mind clear? I meant to you digest thing mentally? My name is Augustino Deng.In my own synposis,found that you have no clue about Ruweng.After all,I don’t see the reason why I response to your comment.So many people of Dinka Panaruu know me very well.I hope whoever told you that I was born in Panaruu you need to go back and tell him that he is a lier.After all,you are not Ruweng?

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          • 9 March 2013 19:08, by AUGUSTINO DENG

            Panthou,
            I am not a lier, but I just want to tell you that lying in public is not something that I am entitling to it. You are a lier. I can still tell you that you are not from Ruweng. Kept calling yourself Ruweng, but one day you will admitt to yourself that you are from Panaruu. Second, don’t hide your name. I know 98% of Panaruu people. If you are one of Panaruu lost boy, than I know you.

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            • 9 March 2013 19:55, by Panthou

              I am not lost boy, but red army from tharpaam. I will meet you one day!

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              • 9 March 2013 20:20, by AUGUSTINO DENG

                Meet me one day and we will challenge ourselves nicely.
                I am also from Jech la mer from Tharpam too.
                By Augustino Deng.

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                • 10 March 2013 03:56, by bakuluk

                  let me promote my self to to referee here Augstino Deng.it seen like you good in politic,but not in histories.if you were knew Apadang original section,by name, here we go (1)Dongjol(2)NGOK (3)matbak} (4] Ruweng who care about Ruweng Name,as long your are the last one in the Apadang community then who care about Ruweng Name,

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                  • 10 March 2013 06:03, by julia

                    Baluku.
                    What do u mean by the ward last one in padang? Who ve arrange padang according to heiracy?
                    Now u re put Ruweng the last, what category u took? Re u taking greedy category or nyigatism category? Then u re wrong! Paweny didn,t rebel against the movement,at the same time they re not greedy too like ur community.and u panthou we ve nothing called Bieen-nom in Ruweng land(Biemnom)

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  • 9 March 2013 08:29, by 4Justice

    It is now up to us people of South Sudan to defend their territorial integrity. We just have to forget about Salva altogether, this is one of the most tragic leadership mishap in the history of South Sudan.

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    • 9 March 2013 10:24, by Mi diit

      Or we pray hard so that God can show us a way out. We need a leader not a follower. The situation leads us to unknown destiny.

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  • 9 March 2013 11:00, by bolingo

    These negotiations and agreements will be fruitless because its a culture of the cockroaches in khartoum and their leader of dishonouring agreements.
    Regime change in sudan is the solution to the above disputes.

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    • 9 March 2013 11:16, by master

      bolingo
      who is cockroachs
      hahhaaaaa
      hahahaaaaaaa
      if we cockroachs then what you call you self
      wow

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  • 9 March 2013 11:12, by master

    guys
    you have long way to pass
    this agreement not means oil would flow
    you must disengege SPLA-N
    obey all sudan conditions then we could allow your oil to pass
    thanks

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  • 9 March 2013 11:34, by bolingo

    Mistress
    you are a fake arab and a real cockroah
    just shut up both your mouth and ash hole.
    Mind of your marginalisation and mistreatment by humaar al bashir national criminal government.

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  • 9 March 2013 13:30, by James Maker Akok

    South Sudan,
    People of South Sudan, North Sudan Government with African Union leaders are just cheating UN for UN to think African Union leader are doing good while they are playing game on South Sudan.
    About oil pipeline, we must never let oil pipelines go to North Sudan again because conflict between South Sudan with North Sudan is like Israel with Palestine. Let oil pipelines go to Kenya.

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  • 9 March 2013 15:12, by Gabriel Ajak

    All the Excellencies of the South Sudan who were in that meeting, please let all dogs of the South barking in the media but do what you can, because they don’t know what they are doing let them wait for their time otherwise thanks a lot for the initiative.

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    • 9 March 2013 16:41, by James Maker Akok

      Ajak,
      If you talking about those against Addis Ababa meeting you out of your mind. It took three hundred and some for going for meeting which mean took billions US Dollars for meetings without solution. North Sudan is not going to do that agreement to withdraw their forces.
      Our word for South Sudan to go for UNSC and International Arbitration Court for problems to be solve quickly.

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  • 9 March 2013 16:32, by JohnGarangFreedom

    South Sudanese people watch the body language of Bashir on that photo and interpret it by yourselves.

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  • 9 March 2013 20:16, by E. Defense Forces
    • 10 March 2013 06:46, by Peacocktail

      This Security agreement from AUHIP is just COPY and PASTE articles. This is not faithful ways to play with African lives. Somebody just PASTE the Words and got stuck. What is important is to quickly outline BORDER DEMARCATION and whoever stay on wrong side shall be muscle out with iron fist.in South Sudan constitution, Minister is no longer called H.E but Honorable;Pred VP, and Ambassodors bear H.

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