Entries from October 2008

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29 October 2008 - | Comments (0)

AWEIL, October 28 (Gurtong), – The Northern Bahr el Ghazal State Council has adopted a new transport policy that has seen an immediate reduction in transport charges.

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28 October 2008 - | Comments (0)

The President of Southern Sudan government took part in an oral polio vaccination campaign by personally administering vaccine to a small group of babies in Juba. 2008 exercise aims to vaccinate 2.8 million children under five.

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26 October 2008 - | Comments (0)

Some four millions people were displaced from or within southern Sudan during the 20 years of war in the south, said a report of the Sudan Joint Mission issued in March 2005.

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25 October 2008 - | Comments (0)

At a session late on Thursday the parliament agreed to add 2.08 billion Sudanese pounds ($950 million) to the 3.4 billion pounds it had already approved for the calendar year.

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20 October 2008 - | Comments (0)

JUBA, October 20 (Gurtong) – The Council of Ministers last Friday, 17 October 2008, passed a  3.96 Billion Sudanese Pounds budget for 2009 budget for Southern Sudan and is  awaiting final approval from Parliament.

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20 October 2008 - | Comments (0)

October 19, 2008 (JUBA) – The year 2009’s budget ceiling for the semi-autonomous Government of Southern Sudan (GoSS) would be based on US dollars $65 per barrel in its oil revenue forecast amid uncertainty in oil prices.

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20 October 2008 - | Comments (0)

October 19, 2008 (BOR TOWN) — At least five cattle raiders have been killed, seven wounded and one captured in Duk County by Sudan’s People Liberation Army (SPLA) following cattle theft by “criminals” identified as citizens of Twic East County’s Payam of Maar over week ago.

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20 October 2008 - | Comments (0)

The missing were three Chinese engineers and six other workers employed by the China National Petroleum Corporation. Oil fields in the area are run by the Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company, a consortium involving China’s CNPC, India’s ONGC, Malaysia’s Petronas and state-owned Sudapet.

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19 October 2008 - | Comments (0)

Lakes state speaker, Isaiah Alier Machinkok, claimed to Sudan Tribune that 90,000 pounds had been taken from the assembly funds during his brief time out of office, the whole parliament operations costs for three months.

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19 October 2008 - | Comments (0)

This week the judges of the Pre-Trial Chamber I which has officially started deliberating on the case against Al-Bashir earlier this month said in court documents that there are aspects of the ICC prosecutor’s application which require “additional supporting materials”.

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