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Barnaba Marial Benjamin


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The latest last-minute deal

On 25 August, Foreign Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin Bil told United Nations-sponsored Radio Miraya in Juba that there was merely 'a possibility' that a deal peace would be signed but spoke of 'areas of reservation' that had not 'even been discussed' at meetings mediated by the Inter- Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) in Addis Ababa...


Saudi Arabia targets Khartoum

After Foreign Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin Bil discussed cooperation at the Arab League meeting last month, Defence Minister Kuol Manyang Juuk and the Security Minister, Lieutenant Gen...


Talks or treason trials

While claiming during his early March visit to London that there had indeed been a coup plot, Foreign Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin Bil insisted his government was for reconciliation...


The battle for Malakal

On a trip to London last week to promote his government’s cause, Foreign Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin Bil steered a middle course between insisting that a coup had been planned and leaving the door open for the party dissidents to return to the fold...


A power struggle, not a coup

OLD GUARD, NEW GUARD In the first appointment after the 23 July reshuffle, the Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Minister, announced on 27 July, is Barnaba Marial Benjamin Bil...


Triangular relations

On returning to Juba with Salva Kiir, Information Minister and government Spokesperson Barnaba Marial Benjamin had announced this sensational loan...


Juba runs out of patience

Since August, the importation of Kenyan and Ugandan newspapers has stopped, despite assurances to the contrary from Information Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin...


Juba jitters

Agitators, often from other areas or from abroad, make particularly venomous attacks on the negotiators, especially Sudan People’s Liberation Movement Secretary General Pa’gan Amum Okiech and Information Minister Barnaba Marial Benjamin Bil...


Sanctions threat drives talks

You must understand that this is the single biggest transfer of aid from one African state to another,’ explained the Information Minister and GRSS Spokesman, Barnaba Marial Benjamin Bil...


War drums sound as the South takes Heglig

Juba’s Information Minister and Spokesman, Barnaba Marial Benjamin Bil, insisted that taking Heglig was in self-defence after Khartoum’s forces had launched a ground attack from the town on 9 April...


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