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 UNMISS IN ACTION

UNMISS Ethiopian peacekeeper helping displaced woman carry firewood load during patrol in Bentiu, Unity State. Photo: UNMISS/JC McIlwaine
UNMISS Ethiopian peacekeeper helping displaced woman carry firewood during patrol in Bentiu, Unity State. Photo: UNMISS/JC McIlwaine

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Armed group to release thousands of children from its ranks - UNICEF
27 January 2015 - UNICEF and partners had secured the release of approximately 3,000 children from the South Sudan Democratic Army (SSDA) Cobra Faction led by David Yau Yau, the UN children’s organization announced in a media note today.
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UNMISS conducts roundtable discussions for peace awareness in Lakes State
26 January 2015 - To help prevent inter-communal conflict in Lakes State, UNMISS recently started conducting a series of roundtable dialogues in different areas in the state.
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UNMISS trains IDPs’ community watch group
23 January 2015 - To enhance safety mechanisms for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in UNMISS protection sites, UN Police (UNPOL) advisors today completed a training for a community watch group in Juba.
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UN chief welcomes signing of peace deal by opposition factions
23 January 2015 - UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon today welcomed the Agreement on the Reunification of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) signed on 21 January by the South Sudanese parties in Arusha, Tanzania.
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Chinese peacekeepers repairing Warrap State road
22 January 2015 - UNMISS Chinese peacekeepers today started rehabilitating a road leading from the Warrap State capital Kuajok to Turalei in Twic County.
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Headlines -  30 January          

 

Addis talks hit deadlock over power sharing arrangements

Thousands displaced by floods in Unity State

New school project targets more than 10,000 children 

 

 

 

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