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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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IDPs in Bentiu discuss contradictions between human rights and customary laws
26 March 2015-Representatives of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Bentiu (Unity State) Protection of Civilian (PoC) sites today concluded a two-day-long training aimed at addressing human rights concerns in the community.
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Female IDPs in Wau discuss people-to-people peace and reconciliation
25 March 2015 – On Wednesday, women representatives of the Internally Displaced Persons in the Wau Protection of Civilian site held discussions on people-to-people peace and reconciliation process.
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USAID and IOM conclude HIV/AIDS prevention training of health promoters in Malakal
26 March 2015 – USAID and the International Organization of Migration (IOM) today concluded a two-day-long training on prevention of HIV/AIDS, targeting health promoters in Malakal.
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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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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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 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 - 27 March

 

Analyst warns of dangers of delayed peace.

Education Ministry announces dates for South Sudan secondary certificate exams.
 

Police to be issued identification cards. 

 

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