The armed opposition led by Riek Machar denied responsibility for the attack on the capital of the southern state of Juba last Thursday, noting that the recent confrontations occurred between supporters of the regime themselves.
“The government’s army’s accusation of attacking our base west of the capital Juba is a disgrace, an attempt by the regime to obstruct the peace process,” Deputy Armed Forces spokesman Lam Fall Qabrial said in a statement.
Army spokesman Lol Rowai accused opposition forces of attacking a site in the Kaffouri area west of the capital Juba on Thursday evening.
“Every day, government soldiers discover that they are being exploited by President Salva Kiir Mayardit’s regime to achieve narrow self-serving and tribal goals, not to serve a national agenda,” the statement said.
Source: Al-Shafa newspaper
The president’s aides confirmed the Sudanese government’s commitment to international human rights instruments. And denied the health of the reluctance of some US legal and external bodies, on the situation of human rights and public freedoms in the Sudan, stressing the enjoyment of the Sudanese citizen media freedoms and wide political.
The Special Envoy to Southern Sudan, Ismail Weiss, described the allegations of the rebel movement in the country as “misleading” and “irresponsible,” revealing a meeting with the head of the cease-fire monitoring and transitional arrangements, Major General Ibrahim Abdel Jalil, Juba.
LONDON (Reuters) – A kind of onion, known as Persian leek, helps boost antibiotic action and reduces resistance to drug-resistant TB bacteria, British researchers said on Monday.
World economic growth is increasingly in the interest of the rich, while billions of people remain trapped in poverty, Oxfam said.