Black Gold Burning: In Search Of South Sudan’s Oil Pollution

January 23, 2020 By Wim Zwijnenburg Since the discovery of oil in what is now known as South Sudan, bloody ...
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Killing pollution: South Sudan ranked seventh in the world

South Sudan has the 7th highest rate of pollution-caused premature deaths in the world, states an authoritative study. Oil pollution ...
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Black skies over South Sudan!

Huge plumes of smoke enveloping an oil processing facility in South Sudan. This is to be seen on the photos ...
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GPOC starts containing oil leak at Toma South: official

Local authorities in South Sudan’s Ruweng State have reported that a leaking oil pipeline at Toma South oilfield is being ...
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South Sudan Oil Spill Causes Environmental Damage, Health Problems

By Dimo Silva Aurelio December 27, 2019 05:04 PM Oil spills onto the ground from an oil well head in ...
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Oil spills pollute environment in Unity oil fields Kor Chop Leek

There was a serious leak of crude oil on December 18, 2019. The leak was in the Unity oilfields, which ...
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Reports on possible complicity by Petronas of Malaysia and by China National Petroleum in war crimes committed in South Sudan

Democracy Now https://www.democracynow.org/2019/2/21/headlines/un_warns_of_oil_company_complicity_in_south_sudan_mass_atrocities U.N. Warns of Oil Company Complicity in South Sudan Mass Atrocities Feb 21, 2019 A U.N. panel ...
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The human right to water: denied by climate and society-killer oil

One quarter of the world uses contaminated water – or doesn’t have any water at all. One big reason is ...
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Black Tide! A song mobilizing the world to fight oil pollution

“Big Oil holds the world – its climate, its environment, and its economy – in a vice-like grip. This worldwide ...
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Black Tide in the Niger Delta

A song mobilizing the world to fight oil pollution! A song for the millions of victims of oil pollution in ...
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The Sentry’s new blockbuster report: confirming and citing findings of Sign of Hope’s scientific investigation of oil pollution’s effects in South Sudan

https://cdn.thesentry.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/TakingOfSouthSudan-Sept2019-TheSentry.pdf "The Taking of South Sudan" Key quote in report: "Klaus Stieglitz, vice-chairman of the Konstanz,Germany-based non-profit organization Sign of ...
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Black Tide in Berlin: Songbook!

Black Tide in Berlin 30. September 20 Uhr Kaiser-Wilhelm-Gedächtnis-Kirche Black Tide Music: Sebastian Oswald Text: Terry Swartzberg / Anataban There’s ...
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Joseph Oduha escapes kidnappers

Joseph Oduha, one of South Sudan's most respecter journalists (forsouthsudan.com, the East African and other media and platforms, was kidnapped ...
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Asian petroleum companies: imperiling survival of South Sudan’s communities

Asian petroleum companies: imperiling survival of South Sudan’s communities

By Kor Chop Leek Summary: For two decades, and with the acquiescence of the government of South Sudan, Petronas of ...
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“Rising at an alarming rate”

South Sudan: oil state minister slams companies over pollution’s devastation of women’s and infant health  rising at ab alarming rate ...
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Infant deformities due to oil pollution in South Sudan

Birth defects, miscarriage, death during delivery prevalent around oil field areas in S Sudan, say officials South Sudanese citizens in ...
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“Zero tolerance of pollution” – South Sudan’s president issues stern warning to oil companies

by Joseph Oduha | August 23, 2019 In a first for him, South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir has roundly criticized ...
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“Will be compelled to drag oil companies to court” – South Sudanese human rights lawyers issue ultimatum on cleaning up pollution

John Adukata | Augst 23, 2019 South Sudan’s highly influential and respected Center for Human Rights Lawyers has issued an ...
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Black Tide’ – a song for 100 countries

Black tide of oil pollution: poisoning 100 countries August 20, 2010 One hundred countries have experienced over the past fifty ...
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