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18:44:36, Wednesday, 28 May 2014
 
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Law enforcers learn rule of law, reduced detention in Kuajok

28 May 2014 - Aiming to promote rule of law and shorter detention times for prisoners, UNMISS concluded a two-day judiciary workshop today in the Warrap State capital Kuajok.

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Polio immunization campaign launched in Kuajok

27 May 2014 - Seeking to free Warrap of polio, the state Ministry of Health, World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF today launched a four-day immunization campaign in its six countries and the Abyei region.

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Agencies say expected cholera cases could double

27 May 2014 - The number of suspected cholera cases in Juba has risen to over 670 with 23 deaths, leading health officials to double their estimates of people who could contract the disease.

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Tens of thousands more South Sudanese flee fighting following truce, says UNHCR

27 May 2014 - Some 70,000 more people have fled their homes in South Sudan since a 9 May agreement was signed to end fighting that has ravaged the country for over six months, the UN Refugee Agency said today.

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Security Council extends UNMISS, prioritizes civilian protection

27 May 2014 - The Security Council today extended UNMISS and revised its mandate to focus on protecting civilians and tackling the security, humanitarian and political crisis that has gripped the nation for the past six months.

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Security Council Resolution on South Sudan
23 May 2014
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 FEATURE STORIES
A passion for engineering

 

No ordinary woman, Agnes Sieh is one of the few woman peacekeepers working as a carpenter with the UNMISS engineering section.
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Displaced fending for themselves

As Mary Jeshi and her family fled violence and sought shelter at an UNMISS base in Juba in mid-December, it seemed inevitable to her that life as she knew it would change. She just had no idea how much.
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 Radio Miraya News

 

Headlines - 28 May

 

South Sudan’s Ambassador to the UN decries omission of state building from the new UNMISS mandate

UNICEF delivers 30,000 kilograms of diarrhea kits to fight cholera

 

SPLM/DC and South Sudan Democratic Forum mainstream merge to struggle for peace
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