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Adut Akech

Adut Akech

  • Upload18 Aug 2017

  • Duration14 Minutes

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Photo of General Malong and his wife Lucy

Lucy Ayak Malek:"Mr. President, release my husband to go for medical help.”

Wife of the former South Sudanese chief of General Staff Paul Malong Awan calls for the release of her husband who is held at his house in Juba. Paul Malong was relieved from his position in May 2017. Few hours after the abrupt replacement with Ajongo Mawut by the President, Malong left Juba with his bodyguards toward Aweil. Malong was persuaded by Bor Philip to return to Juba and he spoke to President Kiir who gave the assurance for his security. Since then, Malong has not been allowed to leave Juba to his village or seek medical help outside South Sudan. The situation forced one of his wives to petition the Government. We manage to interview Lucy Ayak while in Nairobi-Kenya for a first time on SBS Dinka Radio.


  • Uploaded13 Aug 2017

  • Duration42 Minutes

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Hamed Shamshiripour is remembered at a vigil in Sydney's CBD

Calls for Australian inquest into refugee's death on Manus island

The family of a refugee who died on Manus Island is calling for an inquest into his death.


They say Hamed Shamshiripour's long-standing poor mental health was known to the doctors charged with looking after him.


  • Uploaded13 Aug 2017

  • Duration06 Minutes

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Australian Border Force Acting Commissioner Michael Outram

Customs officials charged over drug and tobacco smuggling

Two Australian Customs officials have been charged over their alleged involvement in a conspiracy to illegally import drugs and tobacco into the country.


The pair have been arrested as part of a year-long investigation targeting an international crime syndicate operating between Australia and the Middle East.


  • Uploaded13 Aug 2017

  • Duration08 Minutes

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Charlotte Scaife, weeks after receiving surgery for a congenital heart disease, in Sydney

Simple supplement discovered for prevention of birth defects

Millions of pregnant women worldwide could be spared the trauma of miscarriage and birth defects thanks to a ground-breaking Australian medical discovery.


Scientists have found simple vitamin B3 supplements could hold the key to prevention, after pin-pointing a molecule deficiency as the defect cause.


  • Uploaded13 Aug 2017

  • Duration08 Minutes

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