South Sudan: End of Hope, “Unimaginable” suffering says UN

July 6, 2018 | Brainwave Science


Even after permanent ceasefire agreements, reports about bloody clashes continue to emerge from different areas in South Sudan especially Northern Upper Nile and Yei River states. The SPLA-IO rebels are accused of carrying out an attack on Bangketa village in Maban County of Northern Upper Nile on Saturday morning. Reports from the area say 25 civilians have been killed and 40 others injured.

South Sudanese army, SPLA, Spokesperson, Lul Koang Ruai said 22 wounded people have been transferred to Malakal and Paloich hospitals. Government officials said some Ethiopians and two Sudanese traders are among the sufferers. The area is the home of Burun ethnic group which is present in Sudan and South Sudan. Also, Maban host a camp for Sudanese refugee who fled the fighting in the Blue Nile state.

For its part, the SPLA-IO Deputy Spokesperson Lam Paul Gabriel said the government forces attacked again their position in Kajo Kaeji County. “At about 2:25 pm this afternoon, the regime’s forces left their base of Sokare and attacked the SPLA-IO defensive position in Kendiri”. “The fight is still ongoing as the regime’s force is advancing towards Mangalatore,” he further said and pledged to release more details later on.

When the Khartoum Declaration of Agreement was signed on 27 June, the warring parties agreed to fulfil the permanent ceasefire on the basis of a cessation of hostilities concluded in December 2017. They further agreed to reach an agreement over the outstanding issues in the security arrangements including determination of demilitarized areas; modalities and exemption from cantonment; timeframe for unification of forces, and the number of parties’ representatives in the Joint Transitional Security Committee.


The U.S. Department of State has assessed Khartoum as being a HIGH-threat location for political violence. The situations in Darfur, Blue Nile, South Kordofan, and the disputed area of Abyei remain dynamic due to infrequent armed conflict among rebel groups, tribes, government-supported militias, and government forces. Violent flare-ups break out between armed militia groups and military forces with little notice and government find it very hard to control the consequences which are dead, injuries and economic damage.

The civil war is at its peak. Destroying uncountable life without any hope of justice. Local authorities are constantly challenged, now it is time to find a revolutionary way and distinct strategy to eliminate these group. More than often, the current investigative tools at law enforcement’s disposal, such as the DNA or polygraph test, are not sufficient enough and can’t keep up with the news ways terrorist perpetrate their plans.

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Sudan Tribune

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