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UN Mine Action Service showing work of sniffer dogs, which can detect weapons and explosives, in UNMISS Juba Tomping protection of civilians area.  Photo: UNMISS/J C Mcilwaine

UN Mine Action Service showing work of sniffer dogs, which can detect weapons and explosives, in UNMISS Juba Tomping protection of civilians area.  Photo: UNMISS/JC Mcilwaine

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UNMISS helping to prevent crime in Malakal protection areas

22 July 2014 - To boost security in its protection of civilians (PoC) areas, the UNMISS base in the Upper Nile capital Malakal has set up a mechanism to tackle crime.

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UN condemns Nassir attack, calls for talks to resume

20 July 2014 - Following today's attack by opposition forces on Nassir in South Sudan, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the top UN official in the country called for an immediate end to offensive operations.

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Police graduate from munitions course, urged to protect civilians

18 July 2014 - Completing a three-month intensive training in munitions disposal, basic life support and emergency trauma, 19 South Sudanese police officers graduated today at Rajaf complex outside Juba.

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Kiir inaugurates county headquarters, hospital projects in Wau

18 July 2014 - President Salva Kiir has inaugurated several projects in the Western Bahr El-Ghazal capital Wau, including two county headquarters, a maternity ward, blood bank and museum.

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UN relief chief warns of looming disaster in Sudan and South Sudan

16 July 2014 - Deeply concerned by escalating crises in Sudan and South Sudan, the top UN relief official warned today that the humanitarian situation was deteriorating for hundreds of thousands of people in both countries.

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 Headlines - 22 July  

 

Next round of peace talks expected to resume by end of July

Special Summit of the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region opens in Nairobi

Hyenas kill two people and injure nine others in Rumbek town

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