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On the night of January 9th, 2011, Juba was the most joyful place on earth.Confronting George Clooney’s Critics on South Sudan|John Avlon|October 7, 2014|DAILY BEAST
First he headed to Juba, South Sudan, covering the ongoing crisis there for Anadola, and then, onward to Nigeria.Al Jazeera Journo Abdullah El-Shamy Goes On Hunger Strike In Egyptian Jail|Jonathan Krohn|March 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
If the battle of Juba begins, the embassy will be forced to close.
The perpetrators of political turmoil in Juba are not Dinka or Nuer, nor any other ethnic people who make up South Sudan.
Coordinated attacks took place simultaneously at two points a considerable distance away from each other in Juba.
It was a small ship—indeed, from the angle of Juba's approach, and from the glancings of the sun, it looked smaller than the Man.Step IV|Rosel George Brown
I accept them,' Juba replied; 'I take them now; don't forget it.''
So he went into the kitchen, where he found Juba engaged in some domestic work.A Cousin's Conspiracy|Horatio Alger
He was the son of Juba who fought, in conjunction with Scipio, against divus Cæsar.
Are you aware that the river Juba is nearly eight hundred miles in length?Guy in the Jungle|William Murray Graydon