Entries from May 2008

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31 May 2008 - | Comments (0)

According to traffic police officer, sergeant major Santo Magal Manyiel toldGurtongthat the driver of the SPLA truck went off roadside near main run-about and drove towards the primary school boys who were standing at 4 meters and 70 cents away from the roadside killing them both on spot.

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31 May 2008 - | Comments (0)
RUMBEK, 29 May (Gurtong) – The United Nations Mission in Sudan (UNMIS) launched on Thursday a general cleaning of Rumbek hospital as part of their celebrations of the 61st UN Peace keepers day.

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30 May 2008 | Comments (0)
OCHA Situation Report No. 1, 20th May 2008
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Congressman Donald Payne Tenth District - New Jersey May 23, 2008 (202) 225-3436 Read more
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JUBA, May 30 (Gurtong) – Khartoum’s troops are continuing to assemble in Sudan’s oil-rich Abyei after Khartoum and the SPLA battled in the disputed area earlier this month, a top southern official told Gurtong on Friday.

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30 May 2008 - | Comments (0)

JUBA, May 29 (Gurtong) – Long awaited, the reconstructed Mundri Bridge was opened by President Salva Kiir, on Tuesday in Mundri East County. The reconstruction cost just under $1 million.

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28 May 2008 - | Comments (0)

BOR, May 27, (Gurtong) - Over 136,000 Sudanese pounds including 72,000 from state headquarters and 64,000 of Uror County is missing. This has left 55 enumerators unpaid.

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25 May (Gurtong) - When campaigning hard in pursuance of vital votes at the eve of the national election late last year, the then opposition Australian Labour Party (ALP) promised to build a sizable Multicultural Centre in Perth’s northern suburbs area, if elected. The party subsequently won a landslide victory in the 24 November 2007 election and have since formed the government.

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11 May 2008 - | Comments (0)

The Secretary-General has expressed his grave concern at the outbreak of fighting on the outskirts of Khartoum as a result of the reported attacks by Justice and Equality Movement (JEM) forces against the capital.

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JUBA May 11 (Gurtong) – Samples taken from the New Site military barracks just outside Juba have confirmed that 20 people have been struck down with cholera and at least two people have died, UNICEF officials said this week.

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