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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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HIV victims receive gifts in WES

24 October 2014 - UNMISS and UN agencies today donated used clothes, money and other needed items to over 650 men, women and orphans living with HIV/AIDS at Nzara Rain Bow community to mark UN Day in Western Equatoria.

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Independence shows UN's success, says South Sudanese official
24 October 2014 - South Sudan’s independence is an example of the United Nations’ successes in attaining peace in the world, a senior government official said in Juba today.
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Sexual exploitation and abuse campaign launched in Yambio

23 October 2014 - Chiefs in Western Equatoria would take serious measures against anyone abusing the rights of women and girls, a state official said in the capital Yambio today.

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