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South Sudan anticipates mass exodus of refugees after Twitter 280-character expansion

South Sudan anticipates many more of its population to flee the country as Twitter doubles its character limit, Saakam has learned.

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Catalonia to open its first embassy in South Sudan

In what appears to be one of its first diplomatic moves as the world’s youngest independent nation, Catalonia has announced it will open one of its first embassies in South Sudan.

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Sudan to contribute 800 forces to protect UNMISS’s RPF from SPLA assaults

It has emerged that the United Nations Security Council this week has unanimously approved a resolution to create and rapidly deploy a 1,000-strong elite unit, of which Sudan has agreed to contribute 80%, whose sole purpose will be to protect the other regional forces sent there to protect civilians.

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Ex army chief Malong calls for regional protection force before return to Juba

Former SPLA Chief of General Staff Gen. Paul Malong is preconditioning that a regional protection force – preferably from Kenya – be present in Juba, the capital of South Sudan, before he sets foot there.

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Major diplomatic row after US embassy official asks Pres. Kiir’s head-size

A ‘rookie’ US Embassy official is said to have caused a diplomatic row – that has since been contained – between the host government of South Sudan and the USA after he ‘officially’ requested to know ‘the dimensions’ of Pres. Salva Kiir’s head.

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Juba reaffirms commitment to ‘forgive’ those it intended to harm

The UNCONVENTIONAL national prayer day that was recently held in Juba, capital of South Sudan will go down in history as ‘The Day of Forgiveness’ as senior government officials – in reparations for a decreed-by-the-President national dialogue initiative – publicly came out and announced that (after an order by the President) they  are willing to forgive those they had meticulously planned and intended to seriously harm.

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