Dating pangalan ng south sudan dating archaeological finds
It culminated in the Nuer soldiers taking control of the military headquarters.The next morning, he says that Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) reinforcements arrived and dislodged the mutineers.In a strategy of co-option known as "big tent", the government often buys off community militia and pardons its leaders.After rumors about a planned coup surfaced in Juba in late 2012, South Sudanese President Salva Kiir began reorganizing the senior leadership of his government, party and military in an unprecedented scale.Gabriel Tang who led a militia allied to Khartoum during the Second Sudanese Civil War, clashed regularly with the SPLA until 2011 when his soldiers were reintegrated into the national army.
President Salva Kiir spoke on national television on 16 December, having abandoned his signature suit and cowboy hat for military fatigues, and said, while surrounded by government officials, that the coup had been foiled and that it was orchestrated by a group of soldiers allied with the former vice president.
In 2010, Dennis Blair, then United States Director of National Intelligence, issued a warning that "over the next five years,...a new mass killing or genocide is most likely to occur in southern Sudan." In 2011, there was fighting between the Murle and the Lou Nuer, mostly over raiding cattle and abducting children to raise as their own.
The Nuer White Army released a statement stating its intention to "wipe out the entire Murle tribe on the face of the earth as the only solution to guarantee long-term security of Nuer's cattle". Although Machar and Kiir are both members of the SPLM, they stem from different tribes with a history of conflict.
A peace agreement known as the "Compromise Peace Agreement" was signed in August 2015.
the SPLM-IO fled to the surrounding and previously peaceful Equatoria region.