You are a prison officer and an inmate is trying to escape. What can you do about it? Or more importantly: what should you do to stop the want-to-be fugitive?
Growing up, Lieutenant Nick Lytollis dreamed of becoming a world class vet. Unbeknownst to the animal kingdom, it missed out on his services. It just was not to be.
“I soon realized that I wasn’t clever enough to be a vet,” the British peacekeeper muses.
On Wednesday the United Nations Mission in South Sudan welcomed 144 Rwandan police officers to Juba. They make up the lion part of a Formed Police Unit from the neigbouring country, consisting of 80 men and 80 women, joining an advanced party already deployed.
A Bangladeshi peacekeeper was killed today during an armed attack on a United Nations convoy that was supporting the delivery of humanitarian aid to vulnerable civilians in the Central Equatorian region of South Sudan.
“Some women here are coming into Malakal town for the first time!”
Rachel Mayik, more commonly known as “Mama Rachel”, is excited and full of joy as she speaks to the group of women who have come together to learn more about conflict related sexual violence.