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Woman in Mundri, Central Equatoria State, preparing flour in old truck. According to UN agencies, 3.9 million people in South Sudan face dangerous levels of food insecurity. Photo: UNMISS / JC Mcilwaine

Woman in Mundri, Central Equatoria State, preparing flour in old truck. According to UN agencies, 3.9 million people in South Sudan face dangerous levels of food insecurity. Photo: UNMISS / JC Mcilwaine

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SSNPS presence must be felt, says UNPOL Commissioner
31 July 2014 - The role of UN Police (UNPOL) in assisting their South Sudanese counterparts had changed “drastically” following conflict in the country, UNPOL Commissioner Fred Yiga said in Juba today.
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Rumbek communities learn about human rights

24 July 2014 - To increase awareness of human rights issues, UNMISS today organized a workshop in the Lakes State capital Rumbek.

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“Run for Peace” event held in Yambio
23 July 2014 - To promote peace in Western Equatoria State, UNMISS today organized a sports competition in the state capital Yambio.
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UNPOL to coordinate with SSNPS in implementing new mandate
23 July 2014 – Rumours that UN Police (UNPOL) had fallen out with South Sudanese police were untrue, UNPOL Commissioner Fred Yiga said in Juba today.
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UNMISS helps 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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 Headlines - 31 July 

President Kiir heads to Washington to attend the US-Africa summit.

Appointed Chief Administrator for Greater Pibor David Yau Yau to embark on peace.

AU to assess the impact of the ongoing conflict on children in South Sudan

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