24/12/2013

UN Time In South Sudan

Ban Ki-Moon, Hilde Frafjord Johnson, Jonglei, Juba, Nigeria, Riek Machar, Salva Kiir Mayardit, South Sudan, United Nations, United Nations Mission in South Sudan, United States
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Anton Goryunov from the heart of Juba reports about decisions announced by United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon call on some nation to stop the fighting I just know that we have another big mess somewhere which South Sudan’s turn now. Ban Ki-Moon is calling to put an end to violence in the newly created country and special envoys from the US and Nigeria. A decent resident Salva Kiir falling out with his deputy, Riek Machar, and accusing him of plotting to oust him. 

Sudan Crisis
Journalists and UN peacekeepers have sadly passed away, which means that unlike Ruanda or Somalia are no longer safe to report there.


There is a staffing relocation process happening in Juba and Ban Ki-moon suggested moving low waged to Uganda. The UN Secretary-General has requested that people causing trouble and killing people to stop it and that they should leave civilians alone. 

South SudanThe Jonglei state mission is to help out protecting South Sudanese civilians. He also asked in Manila for help from local leaders Salva Kiir and Reik Machar from Sudan to chip in and help out in the Sudanese peace process. President Barack Obama said in a letter read out in the U.S. House of Representatives about the situation in South Sudan.

US residents have been evacuated and asked to leave behind there properties whilst the troubles continue. The house State Department Jen Psaki offered special aeroplanes to help out people from United States living in the area. The Congress later got news that the U.S. military personnel sent from the United States and the United Nations to help fly these people out were fired upon and a handful of soldiers were injured in this cross fire but at the last minute but they did managed to get out safe and sound.



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Ban Ki-Moon, Hilde Frafjord Johnson, Jonglei, Juba, Nigeria, Riek Machar, Salva Kiir Mayardit, South Sudan, United Nations, United Nations Mission in South Sudan, United States

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