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Schoolchildren's band playing on 29 October at launch of "Children not Soldiers" campaign, an initiative of the South Sudanese government, supported by the UN, to end recruitment and use of children in the country's army. Photo: UNMISS/Isaac Billy
Schoolchildren's band playing at 29 October launch of "Children not Soldiers" campaign, a joint UN-South Sudanese government initiative to end recruitment and use of children in the army. Photo: UNMISS/Isaac Billy

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Juba students call for laws to stop sexual exploitation

31 October 2014 - Juba Girls Secondary Schools students called today on the government to enact laws protecting girls and to end Sexual Exploitation and Abuse (SEA).

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Civil society learns human rights in Yambio County

30 October 2014 - To boost the ability of some 25 civil society members and human rights defenders in Yambio County, Western Equatoria State, UNMISS concluded a two-day workshop there today.

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Sixty civilians injured in fighting near UNMISS
27 October 2014 - More than 60 civilians were injured yesterday after fighting broke at a protection of civilians site next to UN House on the outskirts of Juba, according to a UN spokesperson.
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UN Day marked with new school for Kapuri

25 October 2014 - Sitting on the hard ground and braving bad weather to learn will soon end for pupils at Kapuri Primary School near Juba, thanks to UNMISS Rwandese soldiers.

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UN hailed in South Sudanese states

24 October 2014 - UN Day was marked across South Sudan’s states today by colourful celebrations featuring cultural dances, drawing competitions, school donations, sporting activities and speeches.

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The highs and lows of peacekeeping in South Sudan
Maya Mailer 
Oxfam head of humanitarian policy and campaigns
7 October 2014

 Feature Stories


Finding the families


Efforts are underway in the Jonglei State capital Bor to identify, trace and reunify hundreds of children separated from their families during the worst days of the South Sudan conflict.

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 Radio Miraya News

Headlines - 31 October


Twenty civilian bodies recovered following clashes between government and opposition forces in Bentiu 

Government says still committed to peace negotiations with the opposition

Remains of former Central Bank Governor expected on Monday

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