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SSPDF Army Chief Warns Uganda.

SSPDF Army Chief Warns Uganda.

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The newly appointed SSPDF Chief of General Staff, Gen. Johnson Juma Okot darely warned the so-called UPDF of Uganda to stop attacking us at the border point. In a statement earlier Saturday morning after addressed Army in Luri, Army Chief Gen. Johnson Juma Okot said, the Bilpam General Headquarters (GHQs) will wage a heavy confrontation against the Ugandan forces if they could not cease from attacking and illegally sneaking into our territorial ground. What's the UPDF compared to the mighty (#SPLA) SSPDF who liberated this country from Khartoum for 21 years? The SSPDF under the Commander of Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit, are not fed of Matoke, Chapati or Cassava! So we would chant the slogan #Oyeeee in Kampala town within 24hrs if they don't cease from attacking us !...we cannot fig...
Sudanese protest a year after power-sharing deal with army

Sudanese protest a year after power-sharing deal with army

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Security forces fire tear gas as protesters return to the streets of Khartoum to demand quicker political reforms. Protesters in Sudan have returned to the streets over the slow pace of change a year after a power-sharing agreement was signed between the country's generals and a pro-democracy movement.  Draped in Sudanese flags and chanting slogans calling for more reforms, the demonstrators on Monday gathered outside the cabinet's headquarters in the capital, Khartoum, to hand over a list of demands that include the election of a legislative body. The Sudanese Professionals Association (SPA), an umbrella organisation of pro-democracy groups that spearheaded relentless protests that led to the overthrow of longtime President Omar al-Bashir last year, said on Twitter that se...
Sudanese Army Arrests Six Boko Haram Terrorists

Sudanese Army Arrests Six Boko Haram Terrorists

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Six Boko Haram jihadists were arrested by  Sudanese security officers on Thursday and handed over to the Chadian government, according to a cooperation protocol between the two countries. “The military intelligence arrested six Boko Haram members who held Chadian passports inside Sudanese territories,” Amer Mohamed Al-Hassan, the Sudanese army spokesman, said in a statement. He added that "The arrested persons were later handed over to security authorities in N’djamena in accordance with the cooperation protocol on security and monitoring of joint borders, signed by Sudan, Libya, Niger and Chad." Boko Haram was set up in northeastern Nigeria in 2012. Since 2008, it established presence in some countries neighboring Nigeria. The Islamic State in West Africa or Islamic State...
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