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4 May 2012 - To sensitize civil society members about their role in promoting democratic governance and rule of law, UNMISS organized a one-day workshop today in the Eastern Equatoria State capital of Torit.
Dismayed at the herds of cattle invading his county, village headman Kenyui Danga said he feared his crops would become animal fodder.
As civilian disarmament in South Sudan's Jonglei State pushes into its second month, residents are crying out for more security to protect them from those who still have guns.
3 May 2012 - As disarmament continues in Jonglei, traditional chiefs at a peace conference in the capital Bor have called on state and national governments to protect unarmed civilians.
1 May 2012 - A top UN official voiced concern today about the plight of thousands of South Sudanese stranded at Kosti in Sudan's While Nile State, where they have been waiting for barges to take them back to their country.
2 May 2012 - The Security Council has called on Sudan and South Sudan to immediately end hostilities and resume negotiations within two weeks to resolve all outstanding issues under threat of sanctions.
1 May 2012 – In tackling the underlying causes of conflict in Jonglei State, a four-day all-community conference kicked off today in the capital Bor.
27 April 2012 - Newly appointed state officials of South Sudan's Unity State, which has recently suffered through several bombing raids, pledged today in the capital Bentiu to protect and unify residents.
26 April 2012 - Over 1,300 animals were treated in a one-day mobile veterinary camp conducted by the UNMISS Indian battalion today in Makolchuei village in South Sudan's Jonglei State.
27 April 2012 - To boost food productivity in Western Equatoria, the state Ministry of Agriculture conducted a one-day crop management workshop today in the capital Yambio.