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Bentiu protestor: “I can’t walk or urinate”

Author: Chany Ninrew | Published: Thursday, September 8, 2022

John (not his real name), one of the six young men abducted last week in Unity State, says he is unable to walk or urinate after being...

Author: Koang Chang | Published: Sunday, September 4, 2022

Low-income women impacted by COVID-19 get financial aid

Author: Chany Ninrew | Published: Thursday, September 1, 2022

Ethiopia civil war: Why fighting has resumed in Tigray and Amhara

Published: Wednesday, August 17, 2022

After 10 years in blindness, William is able to see again

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Bentiu protestor: “I can’t walk or urinate”

John (not his real name), one of the six young men abducted last week in Unity State, says he is unable to walk or urinate after being...

Low-income women impacted by COVID-19 get financial aid

The COVID-19 has crippled world economies, and observers say the pandemic has contributed to the hardship facing South Sudan, with low...

Ethiopia civil war: Why fighting has resumed in Tigray and Amhara

The war in Ethiopia, between the federal government and the Tigray People's Liberation Front (TPLF), has resumed at full scale. The...

The daring S. Sudanese aid workers betting with their lives

On the World Humanitarian Day, we feature Wani James Oso, a dedicated aid worker, passionately assisting vulnerable populations in the face...

Fistula patient rejected by loved ones prays for miracle

24-year-old Jackeline (not her real name), a young woman suffering from fistula complications, awaits her third operation at Juba Teaching...

After 10 years in blindness, William is able to see again

William William Del, once a visually impaired man, spent the last decade looking for a solution to his eye ailment, until a group of...

How Dr. John Garang’s vision changed Deng Majok’s life

Deng Majok Chol is one of the Red Army veterans that SPLM/A planted as seeds of the nation who later moved to the U.S to further his...

Meet South Sudanese female pilot who followed childhood dream

Captain Lorika Nancy is a 29-year-old South Sudanese female pilot flying a fixed-wing aircraft in Uganda. (more…)

Peace parties implemented 27% of R-ARCSS in 3 years, will 70% be in 2 years?

With only 27 percent of the 2018 peace deal completed in the last three years, parties to the peace agreement said they are determined to...

What next for detained journalist Diing Magot?

Freelance Journalist and VOA reporter, Diing Magot left home on Sunday to cover a peaceful protest in Juba’s Konyokonyo Market, only to...

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