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10:52:35, Friday, 22 Aug 2014

Abandoned home in Malek-Agok, east of the Lakes State capital Rumbek. An integrated team from UNMISS, UN agencies and non-govermental organizations found many people had fled from the area in fear of revenge attacks after the death of an area paramount chief on 5 August. Photo: UNMISS / Evelien Vleeshouwers
Abandoned home in Malek-Agok, east of the Lakes State capital Rumbek. An integrated UN and non-govermental organization team recently found many people had fled revenge attacks there after the killing of a paramount chief on 5 August. Photo: UNMISS/Evelien Vleeshouwers

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UNMISS conducts human rights training in Tambura
20 August 2014 - UNMISS today completed a four-day human rights training for women and youth in Tambura County, Western Equatoria State.
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As South Sudan crisis grows, Ethiopia becomes Africa’s largest refugee host
19 August 2014 - Ethiopia has surpassed Kenya in hosting the most refugees in Africa, sheltering 629,000 refugees as of the end of July, the UN refugee agency announced today.
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Kuajok media should preach peace, says UNMISS official
19 August 2014 - Media in South Sudan had a vital role to play in bringing peace back to the country, the Acting UNMISS State Coordinator said in the Warrap State capital Kuajok recently.
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SSNPS urged to establish accountability mechanisms
13 August 2014 - It was vital for the South Sudan National Police Service (SSNPS) leadership to put in place a strong accountability mechanism to address past and future complaints, UN Police (UNPOL) Commissioner Fred Yiga said in Juba today.
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Security Council concludes South Sudan visit
13 August 2014 - UN Security Council’s discussions with President Salva Kiir and opposition leader Riek Machar had been “rather disappointing” at times, Council President Mark Lyall Grant said in Juba today.
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 Headlines - 21 August 

Fresh fighting reported in Malakal, as South Sudan is ranked one of the least peaceful countries in the world

Religious leaders embark on a nationwide prayer-for peace campaign

Police arrest more suspects in connection with Monday night shootout in Juba

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