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UNMISS fire team carrying out controlled burning in Juba. Photo: UNMISS/JC McIlwaine
UNMISS fire team carrying out controlled burning in Juba. Photo: UNMISS/JC McIlwaine

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Peacekeepers trained in child protection during conflict
Torit, 26 March—UNMISS today trained about forty new Rwandan peacekeepers in Torit on protection of children and armed conflict.
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UNMAS detonates mines and unexploded remnants of war
24 March 2015 - United Nations Mine Action Services (UNMAS) on Tuesday detonated mines and unexploded remnants of war in Magwi County in Eastern Equatoria State.
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“Back to learning” campaign launched in Malakal
20 March 2015 - As part of nationwide efforts to ensure that children forced out of school by conflict to get back to their education, partners today launched the “Back to Learning” campaign in the Upper Nile State capital Malakal.
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Kajokeji customary court chiefs urged to observe national laws
20 March 2015 - An UNMISS human rights official recently advised customary court chiefs in Kajo-keji County, Central Equatoria State, to observe and follow South Sudanese laws that protect human rights during the course of their work.
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UNMISS supports upgrade of Kuajok Hospital
20 March 2015- Peace was a vital pre-requisite necessary for development to take place in any society, the acting Warrap Governor, Akech Tong Aleu, said in the state capital Kuajok today.
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 Feature Stories

 

Dreams of a safer home

 

Women and girls trudging under the hot sun with firewood on their heads are common sights along the road running between Bentiu and Rubkona, Unity State.

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 Radio Miraya News

 
Headlines - 26 March

Youth hold elections for new executive.
 

Inspector General of Police visits Abyei following recent attacks.
 

Parliament investigates increased crime rates in Juba.

     

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