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Warrap police trained in crime investigation
8 April 2014 - By training and logistically supporting South Sudanese police, UN Police (UNPOL) was making a key contribution to sustainable peace, Warrap State Deputy Commissioner of Police said recently in Tonj South County.
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Judges and chiefs learn human rights, court decisions in Yambio

7 April 2014 - To equip formal and traditional legal officials with skills in human rights and court judgments, UNMISS began a three-day workshop today in Yambio, Western Equatoria State.

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Rwanda genocide commemorated in South Sudan
7 April 2014 - Opening UNMISS gates to thousands of South Sudanese seeking shelter was an example of lessons the United Nations had learned from its failure to prevent genocide in Rwanda, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General said in Juba today.
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Leaders and civil society explore traditional peace

4 April 2014 - Aiming to explore traditional mechanisms for peace and reconciliation, UN agencies held a forum today in the Northern Bahr El-Ghazal capital Aweil.

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UNMISS building new protection site in Malakal
4 April 2104 - To decongest an overcrowded protection site that has been home for more than 21,000 people over the past three months, UNMISS is building a new area at its base in Malakal, Upper Nile State.
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 INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY 2014

Stories about women in South Sudan crisis

Displaced fending for themselves
Women surviving at a Jube protection site. Read story ...

Keeping women and

children safe
UNMISS woman staff trying to meet IDP needs in BentiuRead story ...

From patrolling to

protecting civilians

Duties of a woman UNPOL at the protection site in Malakal. Read story ...

 FEATURE STORIES

Life slowly returning

to Bor

  

When fighting broke out in South Sudan in mid-December, Peter Manyok was attending university in Western Bahr El-Ghazal, far from his family in the Jonglei State capital Bor.  Read more ... 


An urgent need for water

 

In the midday heat at the UNMISS base in Juba, displaced people go about what has become their normal life for the past two months. Read more ...

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