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Bashir, Kiir to join talks on regional border security, trade

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December 19, 2013 (KHARTOUM) - Sudanese, South Sudanese, Chadian and Central African Republic presidents will meet in Nyala the capital of South Darfur state to discuss security issues and trade on the border zones between the four countries.

South Darfur state governor Adam Mahmoud Jar El-Nabi on Wednesday said the four-way summit, which will be held in March next year, will discuss regional cooperation and trade border between the four countries.

Jar El-Nabi further stressed that the four head of states will also discuss security matters in the border areas between the four countries.

Sudan Chad and Central African Republic have a joint security agreements providing to deploy joint patrols on the border to prevent rebel cross border attacks.

The governor further said the security situation in South Darfur is improving pointing to the end of tribal fighting and decline in carjacking cases.

The neighbouring Central African Republic is witnessing sectarian clashes between militias supporting the president Michel Djotodia also a former rebel leader and other armed groups loyal to the former president François Bozizé overthrown last Mach.

Sudan and Chad recently deployed more troops on the border areas with the CAR fearing that the deployment of French troops in the troubled country may the push the Muslim militiamen to enter they territories.

Amnesty International called in a report released on Thursday to deploy a robust international force to protect civilians .

Amnesty said that some 1,000 Christian people were killed in Bangui despite the presence of African and French troops in the CAR capital in revenge attacks carried out by Muslim militias after the death of 60 Muslims killed by the supporters of Bozizé.

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  • 19 December 2013 09:51, by Paul Chadrack

    Kiir will not reach that time for the meeting, his days in power are numbered.

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    • 19 December 2013 10:00, by Mading Makuac

      Good decision and don’t allow Riek Machar to hide in any of your country border or inside the city.

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      • 19 December 2013 13:50, by Dinka Nhialic

        Mading Makuac
        You are right we need to have links but we cannot allow that idiot Dr food lover to hide without showing him, his days are numbered
        Long live SPLM oyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
        Long live Salva Kiir Mayardit oyeeeeeeeeee
        Long live South Sudan oyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
        Long live our citizens oyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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    • 19 December 2013 10:36, by Paul

      In my humble opinion, I think Kiir should not go to Nyala, whatsoever. The puzzle doesn’t look right.

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    • 19 December 2013 13:46, by Dinka Nhialic

      Paul Chadrack
      U know what? Salva Kiir and Bashir are now having a strong ties in which u traitors food lovers cannot do, we need to have cooperation among ourselves within and with our neighbor Sudan dont cry when u see Gatdet with Riek coalition flashed out in Bor Town
      Bashir and Kiir oyeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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  • 19 December 2013 11:19, by Gatluak

    Now the killers are going to meet to discuss how they will remind in power and loots the public resources in their respected countries. Swear Kiir will attend that meeting

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  • 19 December 2013 11:24, by Gatluak

    Kiir now is only administrate 9 states of South Sudan and there is no grantee of Unity and Upper Nile states. The incompetent and the last stupid president in whole is panicking now. Idiot president who put on military uniform & ordered his soldier to kill civilian. Dr. Riek will never leave you and you kids are not safe. I am going to Kill Mayer he is not my friends anymore.

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  • 19 December 2013 12:10, by sweettea

    Mr killer will not come back again if he decide to go to Nyala . This is the end of your trip abroad mr killer ....the bloods of those innocent people that you murder in cold blood will punish u badly ... Your days are just numbers ...

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  • 19 December 2013 14:29, by Snipper

    Hey Gatluak,
    I don’t know how you guys left Juba? You review that before you surmount another empty threat! Wait you guys will not hold on Bor for a week

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  • 19 December 2013 15:58, by hellonearth

    People Kiir has sold out. the man is turning SPLM in to NCP style party. thats why he is going for those talks. he will also go to mecca soon.

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    • 19 December 2013 17:06, by Tut Tut

      Not a surprise at all. Bashir is in business with pushing to the limit killing innocent civilians so the two would look similarly in the eye of international community. Target Nuer ethnic group is the same sytle of Bashir with regard to people of Darfur. In reall terms people must hit the warning from the US State Department about targeting Nuer ethnic group.

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  • 19 December 2013 19:05, by sweettea

    This is an attempt for the Bashir to get salva out of south sudan so that he can seek an asylum in north Sudan and never coming back to south.

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  • 19 December 2013 19:46, by SouthSudaneseviews

    Some fact: Dinka tribe men being jailed are: Madut Biar-Dinka Malual, Deng Deng Nhial-Rek Dinka, Chol Tong-Agar-die-torture, Deng Alor-Ngok Dinka, Pagan & Oyai-Shilluk, Gier-Padang, Majak-Twi Dinka, Alfred-Bari/Mundari, Ezekiel-Nuer, etc.

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    • 20 December 2013 07:32, by Rami Tot

      Albashir was ruler of this country one day back he wouldn,t accept killing of innocent civilian in cold blood

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