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02:46:14, Friday, 10 Jan 2014
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Displaced settling in at UNMISS bases

9 January 2014 - Nearly a month after fighting began in South Sudan, thousands of civilians taking refuge in UNMISS camps in Juba show few signs of returning home.

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Dozens of IDPs arrive in Yambio

8 January 2014 - At least 58 civilians, mainly women and children, who fled conflict in Mundri last week arrived in the Western Equatoria State capital Yambio today.

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Top UN officials visit Malakal and Bentiu

8 January 2014 - Two top UNMISS officials are meeting today with families displaced by ongoing violence between pro- and anti-government forces in South Sudan’s Upper Nile and Unity states.

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Exodus of refugees from South Sudan picking up, UN reports

7 January 2014 - As fighting in parts of South Sudan continues despite ceasefire talks, thousands of civilians are fleeing to neighbouring countries, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) reported 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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