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02:49:59, Friday, 13 Dec 2013
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UK and UNMISS officials visit Pochalla in Jonglei
11 December 2013 – Hunger, health problems, insecurity and a lack of schools and roads. These were some of the challenges reported when a high level diplomatic, United Nations and South Sudanese government delegation today visited Jonglei State’s remote Pochalla County to assess the humanitarian situation in the area.
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SRSG attends Mandela memorial service in Juba
11 December 2013 - The Embassy of South Africa today held a memorial service for their deceased former President Nelson Mandela at Freedom Hall in Juba.
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South Sudan calls for more rights education
10 December 2013 - Hundreds of South Sudanese citizens gathered in different state capitals today and commemorated International Human Rights Day with speeches, songs, dancing and drama.
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Government committed to human rights, says vice president
10 December 2013 - Recent convictions of 39 Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) soldiers for violations of human rights in Jonglei State are a sign that South Sudan is moving in the right direction to promote and protect human rights, UNMISS Chief Hilde F. Johnson said in Juba today.
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Destroying leftover threats

With a history of conflict spanning almost 40 years, South Sudan is riddled with unexploded munitions.
 Radio Miraya


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