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Kenyan youth performing at third independence anniversary celebrations in Eastern Equatoria State capital Torit. In a message to mark the occasion, UN Chief Ban Ki-moon reminded South Sudan's political leaders that it is within their power to stop man-made crisis in country. Photo: UNMISS / Edward Kargbo

Kenyan youth performing at third independence anniversary celebrations in Eastern Equatoria State capital Torit. In a message to mark the occasion, UN Chief Ban Ki-moon reminded South Sudan's political leaders that it is within their power to stop man-made crisis in country. Photo: UNMISS / Edward Kargbo

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Citizens helping fellow citizens are real humanitarian heroes - Lautze
9 July 2014 - The real humanitarian heroes in South Sudan were the country’s citizens who were doing everything possible to assist fellow citizens in need, the Acting Humanitarian Coordinator Sue Lautze said in a statement today.
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South Sudan states celebrate independence anniversary
9 July 2014 - There were repeated calls for peace and security to prevail in the country as hundreds of people gathered in the capitals of South Sudan’s ten states to celebrate the third Independence Day anniversary.
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No reason to celebrate independence, say internally displaced persons
9 July 2014 - Even before the crisis, many South Sudanese people saw no reason to celebrate independence, internally displaced persons (IDPs) said in Juba recently, ahead of today’s third independence anniversary celebrations.
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South Sudan at risk of failing – Kiir
9 July 2014 - The South Sudanese people voted in the referendum to become “first class citizens” in their own country, but were now at risk of losing that freedom, President Salva Kiir Mayardit said in Juba today as the country commemorated its third Independence Day anniversary.
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Ban calls for end to crisis as South Sudan commemorates independence anniversary
9 July 2014 - As South Sudan celebrates its third independence anniversary today, the top UN official yesterday reminded the country’s political leaders that the ongoing crisis is man-made and that it is their responsibility and within their power to stop it.
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Gravely violating children

 
Flooded plains of vibrant, green grass stretch to the horizon on either side of a mud track. The humidity is high in Pibor, but fails to stop children from running in every direction.

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 Headlines - 10 July 

European Union imposes sanctions on South Sudan military leaders

Inspector general of police reports peaceful Independence Day celebrations

UNICEF and WFP step up assistance to communities affected by conflict

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