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NS arrests 33 armed gangsters in Juba

Author: Jale Richard | Published: 8 hours ago

The National Security Service says it has arrested and handed over to police over 30 alleged criminals for committing various crimes,...

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Monday, April 6, 2020

Soldiers forcibly ‘quarantine’ IDPs

Author: Jale Richard | Published: Monday, April 6, 2020

Teenager shoots friend dead in Nimule

Published: Monday, April 6, 2020

Teenager shoots friend dead in Nimule

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UN to probe forced hug allegation

The head of UN Mission in South Sudan has said he will investigate into the alleged improper conduct by a UN peacekeeper in Juba....

Illegal roadblock victim sues army commander

The former commissioner of Rumbek East County of the defunct Western Lakes State has sued an SSPDF commander for detaining him over...

Vice President Nyandeng urges women to ‘promote human rights’

Vice President, Rebecca Nyandeng De Mabior has called on women to proclaim International Women’s Day as a day to promote and encourage...

Death row prisoner set free after reconciliation

A death row prisoner has been set free after his family and the family of a man he killed reconciled recently. (more…)

Two women hospitalized in Juba following sexual assault

Two women have been hospitalized after they were sexually assaulted last night by unknown armed men in Juba’s Munuki residential area,...

NSS sentences its own to death

The National Security Court in Juba has sentenced its officer to death for murder. (more…)

Sudan frees 35 S. Sudanese war prisoners captured in Heglig

The government of Sudan has released 35 South Sudanese prisoners of war who were captured during 2012 Heglig  (more…)

Bar Association ends power wrangles

Members of the South Sudan Bar Association have elected Advocate Issa Muzamil their chairperson. (more…)

Juba wants UN, AU to probe Abyei deadly attack

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has called for an independent investigation into last week’s attack in...

Rights defenders call for release of detained lecturer in Wau

Human rights defenders have called for the release of a university lecturer and two other people detained last year in Wau State. ...

Wau woman faces arrest for speaking about husband’s detention

The wife to a detained lecturer in Wau State says she is being threatened by security agents for speaking to Eye Radio about her husband's...

Teenage girl abducted in Juba

A 16-year-old girl has allegedly been abducted by men in uniform at Mangateen residential area in Juba. (more…)

Disunited Bar Association finally unites

South Sudan law practitioners have finally agreed to operate under one Bar association. (more…)

MI officer denies threatening to kill lawyers

A lawyer representing an officer from the Military Intelligence has dismissed claims that his client threatened the lives of three...

MI officer threatens lawyers with death

Three lawyers say they are afraid for their lives after a military intelligence officer threatened to kill them over a disputed piece of...

Kiir, cleaner are equal before the law, leaders reminded

A law professor at the University of Juba has called upon the law enforcement agencies to uphold the supremacy of the laws of South Sudan....

No evidence: Juba judge throws out case

A Juba High Court judge has dismissed a case against two men accused of participating in the killing of nearly 20 people near Juba early...

Crippled justice system report is “nonsense”

The Minister of Information has described as “nonsense” the new report by human rights watchdog which suggests that the justice system...

High Court “violates” customary law

An advocate has accused the Juba High Court of violating the Customary Laws after it sentenced to death a young man against the aggrieved ...

Executive accused of crippling justice system

Lack of independence has crippled the justice system in South Sudan, a new report by human rights watchdog has shown. (more…)

Gov’t demands detailed report on student’s death

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation is demanding answers after a South Sudanese student was killed in ...

Soldiers on trial

Six members of the organized forces appeared before the military court in Juba on Friday for alleged night crimes.  (more…)

Night robbers arrested after numerous complaints in Juba

The Minister of Interior says security forces have arrested a number of suspected criminals in connection with night robberies in Juba....

Missing case file obstructs justice for Terrain Hotel attack victims

The Supreme Court in Juba is unable to examine the appeals by the victims of the Terrain Hotel attack because “the case file is...

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