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Christians in Sudan are 'de facto illegals,' bishop reports
Christians living in Sudan are "de facto illegals," who cannot hold passports and , according to Bishop Eduard Hiiboro Kussala of Tambura-Yambio, a diocese in the newly independent country of South Sudan.
South Sudan: Huge Drop in Treatment Rates for People Living With HIV
South Sudan's Ministry of Health says only 6,800 people living with HIV are currently receiving treatment, less than half the number of people who enrolled for treatment a year ago.
The Gargoyle: Dallaire uses last Senate speech to question...
Hundreds of protesters gathered in front of the CBC in Vancouver on Tuesday, June 17, shutting down traffic, to take a stand against the federal government approval of the Enbridge pipeline.
YAMBIO, SOUTH SUDAN: APRIL 7, 2012 -- Retired General, Senator Romeo Dallaire in Yambio South Sudan April 7, 2012 working on his documentary on child protection helping to protect child soldiers with his NGO, Child Soldier Initiative and White Pine Pictures of Toronto.
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US Sends 80 Soldiers To Chad To Locate The Kidnapped Nigerian Girls
A U.S. Special Forces trainer supervises a military assault drill for a unit within the Sudan People's Liberation Army conducted in Nzara on the outskirts of Yambio, South Sudan, on November 29, 2013.