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A Sudanese bishop has accused the South Sudan army (SPLA) of mass rapes and violence against civilians in the state of Eastern Equatoria.
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The Archbishop of Canterbury has appointed Rt Revd Anthony Poggo, currently Bishop of Kajo-Keji in South Sudan, as his new Adviser for Anglican Communion Affairs
South Sudan Council of Churches statement following the outbreak of tribal and political violence in Juba
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Meeting in London today the Standing Committee of the Anglican Consultative Council (ACC) heard reports from South Sudan.
The Episcopal Church in South Sudan is cautiously optimistic the 26 Aug 2015 peace deal signed last week by President Salva Kiir may end the two year old civil war in Africa’s newest nation.
The government of South Sudan has declined to sign a peace agreement reached on 17 August 2015 by negotiators meeting in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa that sought to end the country’s civil war.
Many of you are following the events of South Sudan peace talks in Addis. Unfortunately, the Phase 3 of peace talks, which ended on March 5, has not yielded with any positive progress.
The Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan’s diocese of Wau has developed a course titled “Reconcile - Moving Forward in Peace”, inviting people to be peace-builders this Lenten season.