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Civilians, fleeing violence in Upper Nile State capital Malakal, arriving at UNMISS base to seek protection. Photo: Photo: UNMISS/Kelfala Kargbo
Civilians, fleeing violence in Upper Nile State capital Malakal, arriving at UNMISS base to seek protection. Photo: Photo: UNMISS/Kelfala Kargbo

 News Stories
UNMISS official urges IDPs in Malakal to be calm
23 April 2015 - The top UNMISS official in the Upper Nile State capital Malakal today urged civilians seeking protection at the Mission’s base to maintain peace among themselves, despite resumption of fighting in the town.
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WFP suspends operations in two Upper Nile counties
22 April 2014 - The World Food Programme (WFP) is re-assessing its ability to work in some parts of Upper Nile State because of increasing concerns about staff safety, the UN agency said in a press statement today.
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Top humanitarian official reiterates call for peace and security
22 April 2015 - It was vital to have a safe environment for the South Sudanese people, the Deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary General in South Sudan and UN Humanitarian Coordinator Toby Lanzer said in Juba today.
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DSRSG Soumaré visits Unity State
21 April 2015 - UNMISS will continue to engage with the Unity State government to implement its mandate, the Deputy Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General (DSRSG) in South Sudan (Political) Moustapha Soumaré said in the state capital Bentiu today.
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Free press vital for peace building, says UNMISS human rights official
21 April 2014 - Efforts to restore peace through a free press and freedom of expression were of utmost importance for the future of South Sudan, UNMISS Senior Human Rights Officer Michael Ngabirano said in Juba today.
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 Feature Stories

 

Protecting women with stoves

 

New fuel-efficient stoves are helping protect women sheltering at the UNMISS base in Bentiu, Unity State, from hazards they face when collecting wood in the bush.
 

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Headlines - 27 April

 

Parliament endorses President’s speech

Supreme Court dismisses political parties’ election petition

Malakal students miss secondary school exams 


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