Entries from July 2009

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JUBA, July 31 (Gurtong) – The First Vice President of Sudan and President of the Government of Southern Sudan General Salva Kiir Mayardit has called upon all South Sudanese to raise funds to support the victims of the 2- decade civil war in Sudan.

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KHARTOUM, July 28, (Gurtong) - Sudanese Foreign Affairs Minister, Deng Alor Kuol has confirmed that the demarcation of Abyei boundary will commence in September with the assistance of international experts.

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AWEIL, July 29 (Gurtong) – Residents of Aweil town in Northern Bahr el Ghazal State last week received treated mosquito nets in campaigns launched by an international organisation that aims at eradicating malaria.

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JUBA, July 27 (Gurtong) – The Southern Sudan Legislative Assembly on Monday discussed an urgent motion on child abduction in Central Equatoria State.

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July 30 -The European Union and the United States has welcomed the redefined boundaries of oil-rich Abyei area in Sudan.

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JUBA, July 30 (Gurtong) – The Government of Japan is set to sign a new agreement with UNICEF in Khartoum, a deal that will see US$ 5.6 million (SDG 13.5 million) being injected in support of health programmes that will benefit up to 5 million people in the coming year.

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RUMBEK, July 28 (Gurtong) - Rumbek Senior Secondary School has been put under tight security following student disturbances at the school on Tuesday. Lakes State police said a fighting broke out at the school following a dispute between a male and a female student over a bicycle.

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MALAKAL, July 27, 2009 (Gurtong) – Celebrations to mark the empowerment of the girl-child were marked last week at St Lwanga Secondary School in Malakal, Upper Nile State.

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BENTIU, 27 July (Gurtong) - The Government of Unity State has denied reports that 34 people were killed and 16 others injured during clashes between militias and SPLA forces in the State.

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