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  1. South Sudan: four years of freedom, 18 months of warRead the original story w/Photo

    5 min ago | New Vision

    Fighting began in the capital Juba when President Salva Kiir , a Dinka, accused his sacked deputy Riek Machar , a Nuer, of planning a coup. The world's youngest nation South Sudan marks four years of independence on July 9, after separating from old foe Sudan following decades of war.

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  2. South Sudan: UN Mission deplores killing of civilian in Organization compoundRead the original story w/Photo

    54 min ago | Newkerala.com

    The United Nations Mission in South Sudan has condemned "in the strongest terms" the fatal shooting of an internally displaced person at one of its 'protection-of-civilians' sites - the second attack of its kind to strike the African nation and the Organization in less than a week. According to a press release issued by the Mission earlier today, UN personnel serving at the Organizations compound in Bentiu responded to a gunshot on the evening of 5 July only to find the body of a male IDP fatally wounded in the back.

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  3. World health groups ring alarm bell over threat of cholera in South SudanRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    International health organizations said there has been serious threat of cholera in South Sudan, warning the disease could spread like wildfire this rainy season unless measures were taken to curb it.

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  4. More than 150,000 South Sudanese now sheltering in UN basesRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Peninsula

    JUBA: The number of South Sudanese civilians sheltering in UN bases has risen above 150,000 for the first time in 18 months of civil war, the United Nations said Tuesday. A total of 153,769 civilians are now seeking safety behind the barbed wire of six peacekeeping bases of the UN Mission in South Sudan .

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  5. UNHCR: S. Sudan Fighting Displaces Over 2 MillionRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Big News Network.com

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  6. .com | Cholera kills 32 in South Sudan - UNRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | News24

    A cholera outbreak in war-torn South Sudan has killed at least 32 people, a fifth of them children under five, and schools have a major role to play in stemming the spread of the disease, the United Nations said on Tuesday. More than 700 cholera cases have been reported in the capital Juba and Bor, the capital of Jonglei state, in the last five weeks, according to the UN children's agency Unicef.

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  7. Children make up one fifth of cholera deaths in South Sudan: UNICEFRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | BroadcastNewsroom

    Stressing the role of education in stemming the cholera outbreak in , the UN children's agency is working with children and teachers throughout the country to raise awareness on how to prevent the disease from spreading further. . "One of the most powerful ways we can respond to this outbreak is by equipping school-children with the information and tools they need to protect themselves and their families."

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  8. South Sudan: Cholera Claims Dozens of LivesRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

    A cholera outbreak in war-torn South Sudan has killed at least 32 people, a fifth of them children under five, and schools have a major role to play in stemming the spread of the disease, the United Nations said on Tuesday. More than 700 cholera cases have been reported in the capital Juba and Bor, the capital of Jonglei state, in the last five weeks, according to the U.N. children's agency UNICEF.

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  9. Cholera kills 32 in South Sudan, says UNRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Times of Oman

    A file photo taken on March 3, 2014 shows a child suffering from severe malnutrition being assisted by medical staff in a medical camp run by international humanitarian organisation Doctors without Borders . More than 700 cholera cases have been reported in the capital Juba and Bor, the capital of Jonglei state, in the last five weeks, according to the UN children's agency UNICEF.

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  10. Cholera kills 32 in S. Sudan, education key to stemming outbreakRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | AlertNet

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  11. Over 150,000 South Sudanese now sheltering in UN basesRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The Daily Star

    JUBA: The number of South Sudanese civilians sheltering in United Nations bases has risen above 150,000 for the first time in 18 months of civil war, the U.N. said Tuesday. A total of 153,769 civilians are now seeking safety behind the barbed wire of six peacekeeping bases of the U.N. Mission in South Sudan .

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  12. In new strategy, S. Sudan army strikes rebels where it hurts: their livelihoodRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Christian Science Monitor

    Government militia are accused of destroying livestock and grain in Unity state, forcing up to 500 refugees a day to seek shelter at a UN camp. The scorched-earth strategy raises the risk of famine in one of the world's poorest nations.

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  13. South Sudan army vows hot pursuit of rebels after retaking Malakal townRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    South Sudanese army said on Monday it will pursue the rebels after regaining control of the strategic town of Malakal, capital of the oil-rich Upper Nile state, sparking security and humanitarian concerns after armed opposition fighters allied to the former vice president Riek Machar, withdrew from the town on Monday. Soldiers from the South Sudanese army assembled in the capital, Juba on 8 January 2014 The SPLA deputy chief of general staff for operations, Lieutenant General James Ajonga Mawut told Sudan Tribune on Monday that the government troops have retaken the town after a series of fighting with the armed opposition forces outside the town before eventually entering it without resistance.

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  14. Trial of 30 suspects adjourned in W. Bahr el Ghazal stateRead the original story

    Jun 3, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    A Sudanese court on Monday has fined a Christian woman 500 pounds for wearing what it described as "indecent dress" inside the courtroom. Sudanese Christians gather outside Khartoum's St. Matthew church after Easter July 5, 2015 - Sudanese government will deploy during the upcoming days a joint force from the army and police elements in the East Darfur state to curb tribal violence and restore security, the governor said.

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  15. Former detainees vow commitment to reunifying SPLM leadershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 3, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    A group of South Sudanese former political detainees, or G10, said they have embarked on ways to bridging the gaps over host of issues which the two main warring parties in the conflict have been unable to reach consensus on since the regional led negotiations began in January 2014. Former South Sudanese cabinet affairs minister, Deng Alor Kuol, told Sudan Tribune on Monday that he and his group were determined to ensuring peace came to the country through reunification of the ruling party.

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  16. Warrap state governor accused of alleged night club raidRead the original story

    Jun 3, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    Leaderships of Warrap state youth and civil society organizations have accused their governor, Nyandeng Malek, of allegedly arresting four of their members when she raided a night club in the national capital, Juba, and warned of "repercussions" unless they were released. "We, the leadership of Warrap youth and civil society organizations are hereby condemning the unlawful arrest and inhuman torturing of the four youth members in Home and Away disco organized by Warrap state artist union on 3rd July 2015 at 10:00 pm in capital Juba," partly reads the statement from the youth leadership.

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  17. WHO: Cholera Vaccine Helps Control Deadly DiseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 2 | Voice of America

    Givenchi Predelus suffers from Cholera at the Cholera Treatment Center run by the Haitian Ministry of Public Health and Population in collaboration with Doctors Without Borders, Port-au-Prince, Haiti, April 13, 2015. The World Health Organization says cholera vaccines are effectively controlling the spread of the deadly disease in a number of high-risk areas around the globe, but the lack of vaccines limits the ability to protect all people in need.

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  18. Reform of South Sudan Judiciary: where to start?Read the original story

    Jun 3, 2015 | Sudan Tribune

    The other day I was at my favorite tea spot by the roadside at Mahata Yei, sipping hot kerekede - hibiscus tea - as speeding bikers and motor vehicles moved by. In local, Juba Arabic, this location is famously known as BARLAMAN - or Parliament in English.

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  19. South Sudan army retakes town from rebelsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Daily Star

    JUBA: South Sudan's army said Monday it had retaken the strategic northeastern town of Malakal from rebels, the latest time the ruined state capital has swapped hands. Rebels led by ex-government general Johnson Olony - accused by aid agencies of forcibly recruiting hundreds of child soldiers - seized Malakal, the state capital of Upper Nile, in late June.

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  20. Seven remanded over illegal entryRead the original story

    Sunday | Daily Monitor

    Moyo. The Magistrates Court in Moyo District has charged and remanded seven Eritreans to Onigo Government Prison over illegal entry and stay in the country. The acting district police commander, Mr John Agaba, on Friday said the suspects were arrested from Lefori Sub-county Park because they had no passports and other travel documents.

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