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Newly arrived civilians seeking refuge at UNMISS protection site in Melut, Upper Nile State. Photo: UNMISS/UN Military
Newly arrived civilians seeking refuge at UNMISS protection site in Melut, Upper Nile State. Photo: UNMISS/UN Military

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UNMISS SRSG appeals to Unity State Government for cooperation with mission and humanitarian agencies
23 May 2015 – During her visit to Bentiu, UNMISS Chief, Ellen Margrethe Løj, appealed to the Unity State Government for full cooperation with UNMISS and humanitarian agencies to reach vulnerable people in villages.
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UNMISS Japanese contingent hands over port security fence to government
21 May 2015 - A newly constructed security fence at Juba River Port will play a key role in facilitating humanitarian assistance, UNMISS Japanese Engineering contingent commander Col. Nishimur Osamu said in the national capital today.
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UNPOL chief concludes visit to three states
20 May 2015 - UNMISS Police Commissioner Fred Yiga today visited the Western Equatoria State capital Yambio, on his last leg of a trip to three states in South Sudan.
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Ban Ki-moon condemns continued fighting in South Sudan
20 May 2015 - UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon today strongly condemned the escalation of hostilities in the past ten days between the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) and the SPLA in Opposition and their allied forces in Unity and Upper Nile States.
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Abducted children returned to Bor County
19 May 2015 - As part of continued efforts to achieve peace, it is vital for local authorities to ensure that abducted children and women as well as raided cattle are returned to their families and owners, the Greater Pibor Administrative Area chief said in Jonglei State’s Bor County today.
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Protecting women with stoves

 

New fuel-efficient stoves are helping protect women sheltering at the UNMISS base in Bentiu, Unity State, from hazards they face when collecting wood in the bush.
 

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Headlines - 25 May

Renewed gunfire in Mundri as civilians flee into Yei
 

Controlling spending; Parliament calls for broad policy to restrict government expenditure
 

Seeking answers; Dismissed Duk county commissioner asks for explanation for his dismissal

 

 

 

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