South Sudan Students in Zimbabwe Shutdown the Embassy.

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South Sudan Students in Harare who were given scholarship and abandon by Salva Kiir Government have taken control of the South Sudan Embassy in Zimbabwe capital Harare this week.

The students are acting violently because their accommodation, fees and pocket money have not been paid for the last few months by the government of South Sudan.

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Dr. Riek Machar Teny Dhurgon, Appoints the Deputy Chairman, Secretary General and the Chairperson of National Committee of Foreign Relations of the SPLM/SPLA [IO]

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imagesDr. [Khartoum] Dr. Riek  Machar,   the chairman and commander –in- chief of the Sudan People Liberation Movement/Army [IO] appoints the following comrades with the effect on 1st Dec, 2016.

  1. Cde.  Henry  L. Odwar As Deputy Chairman Of The SPLM/SPLA [IO]
  2. Cde.  TINGO PETER REGBIGO As Secretary General Of The SPLM/SPLA [IO]
  3. Cde.  Stephen Par Kuol As Chairperson Of National Committee Of Foreign Relations Of The SPLM/SPLA [IO]

Pursuant to the SPLM [IO] constitution and reference to the Political Bureau resolution of September 23rd, 2016 on restructuring of the SPLM/SPLA [IO] political organs,   I,  Dr. Riek Machar Teny Dhurgon the  Chairman and C-In-Chief, of the SPLM/SPLA[IO]   appoints those comrades  to save our movement.






Breaking News: WFP Hired cargo Plane crash landed at Bor Airport this morning.

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(The Bieh Telegraph)—A cargo plane hired by WFP  crashed landed this morning at Bor Airport. All the crew members survived.

Nobody was hurt on the ground. Civilian Aviation authorities are investigating the cause of the crash

South Sudan NISS release journalist Afandi

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(The Bieh Telegraph)-—The National Security Service have released a journalist illegally detained at their headquarters in Juba since 29 December.

Joseph Afandi, a journalist with the ‘El Tabeer’ daily newspaper, was arrested after writing an article allegedly criticising the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM), the ruling party.

His case was the subject of a ‘call to action’ by rights group Amnesty International earlier this month, which urged its supporters to write to Minister of Information Michael Makuei at to advocate on behalf of Afandi.

Sources told Radio Tamazuj today that Afandi was released without having been charged with any crime.

South Sudan’s National Security Service are also holding in detention George Livio, a journalist for the UN radio service.

US Welcomes SPLM-IO Advance Team

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Taban Deng addressing the crowd after their arrival
Taban Deng addressing the crowd after their arrival

(Bieh Telegraph)-–The United States welcomes the return to Juba yesterday of representatives of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement In-Opposition. Their return marks an important milestone in the implementation of the peace agreement, and we hope it augurs future cooperation between the Government and the Opposition as they work towards peace in South Sudan.

We express our appreciation to the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC) and the Intergovernmental Authority on Development for their efforts to initiate a sustainable transition and foster national reconciliation in South Sudan.

Many important but difficult decisions remain. We call on both parties to work together in the spirit of unity and compromise to solidify the reforms outlined in the peace agreement and to establish the Transitional Government of National Unity in full cooperation with JMEC Chairperson, President Festus Mogae.

South Sudan National Security Arrests 76 Suspected Al-Shabaab Members in Awil and Juba

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al-shabbaab militia

October 24/2015(The Bieh Telegraph)—-The government of South Sudan yesterday announced the arrest of some 76 suspected members of Somalia terror group, Al-Shabaab.

The Minister of Cabinet Affairs Martin Elia told the gathered media after the weekly cabinet meeting that 40 undocumented suspects were arrested in Aweil, NBGS trying to cross into Sudan. The other 36 were arrested in Juba of which only three didn’t have valid documents. All the suspects are Kenyan-Somalis or Somalis.

The arrests come in the wake of ISIS execution of a South Sudanese national in Libya.

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Government Accusation on Peace Violations is Unrealistic

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Col.William Gatjiath Deng Spokesperson for SPLA/IO
Col.William Gatjiath Deng
Spokesperson for SPLA/IO

The Bieh Telegraph/The press statement issued on Monday by government Spokesman Col. Philip Aguer, accusing our forces to have shelled their base at Leer County in Unity State is not true but, it is their usual techniques that they used if they want to attack our positions. Therefore, it is completely liar.

Their forces moved from Leer County at 7:00AM, Yesterday and began to shell randomly at the villages, burned down houses, raped young girls and ladies around the villages of Gandoor, Padeeh, Luaal, Bouth, Beer, Leeh, Guad and Dhornor. They also burned the ready grains found in those areas that shown government is naïve and does not respect inalienable rights of the local citizens.

The two parties now, negotiating on security arrangement in Addis Ababa hoping to reach an agreement to end the 201st Months war in the Country. The government chief of staff Paul MaloungAwan did not turn up in the meeting just to complicate and jeopardize the implementation of peace agreement.

Now IGAD plus, AU and International Community should have a right clue for the reason why Gen. Maloung did not attend the meeting and secretly escalating war in Unity state while we are busy to /implement the compromised peace agreement signed on 17th /8/2015.