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Displaced child receiving chest X-ray at UNMISS Indian hospital in Malakal, Upper Nile State, which treats UN staff as well as people living at its protection of civilians site. Photo: UNMISS/JC McIlwaine
Displaced child receiving chest X-ray at UNMISS Indian hospital in the Upper Nile capital Malakal, which treats UN staff as well as people living at mission's protection of civilians site. Photo: UNMISS/JC McIlwaine

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Wau IDPs ask UNMISS for move to safer site

22 December 2014 - Displaced persons in Wau, Western Bahr El-Ghazal State, asked UNMISS today to move them to camps where they felt secure moving outside the Protection of Civilians (POC) site.

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UNMISS destroys weapons in Bentiu camps

19 December 2014 - Destroying weapons and ammunition was a symbol of moving from war to peace and conflict to stability, a top UNMISS official in the Unity State capital Bentiu said today.

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CHF allocates $60 million to kick start aid operations in 2015

18 December 2014 - The UN Common Humanitarian Fund (CHF) has allocated $60 million to support aid agencies take maximum advantage of the onset of South Sudan’s dry season, according to a release issue today by the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs.

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Ethiopians join community in cleaning up Bor market
18 December 2014 - Seeking to improve sanitary conditions in Marol Market in Bor, Jonglei State,  UNMISS Ethiopian peacekeepers today joined town residents in a cleaning campaign.
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UNMISS destroys weapons, ammunition in Nasir

18 December 2014 - As part of efforts to ensure security for displaced persons,  UNMISS and the UN Mine Action service (UNMAS) today destroyed weapons and ammunition found in its camp in Nasir, Upper Nile State.

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Scholarships from haircuts

 

Six school boys in the Jonglei State capital Bor recently benefited from a scholarship scheme which one UNMISS South Korean peacekeeper set up using money collected from haircuts he gave his colleagues.

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Headlines - 22 December 
         

Peace talks between government and opposition adjourned for the Christmas break

SPLA soldiers and civilians exchange gunshots in Rumbek East

Speaker of the Central Equatoria Assembly urges police to provide maximum security during Christmas

 

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