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Refugees in South Sudan

With tens of thousands South Sudanese adding to numbers of refugees & internally displaced as rainy season triggers a cholera outbreak, the Security Council prioritizes civilian protection as it extends UN mission (UNMISS) in South Sudan.

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South Sudanese Refugees Flooding into Ethiopia

Rainy season approaching & fighting for political power between Salva Kiir & Riek Machar have compounded dire situation for South Sudanese people. UNSG Ban Ki-moon urges immediate help for South Sudan, Central African Republic, & Syria where a million people could be at risk of hunger & malnutrition.

Man's Best Friend Protects Civilians in South Sudan

Thousands are believed killed, 870,000 others driven from homes, 738,000 internally displaced, since fighting broke out 15 December between forces of President Salva Kiir & Deputy president.To protect civilian sites, UN Mine Action Service bring in man’s best friend.

Blog Report: SUDAN – SOUTH SUDAN RESUME FLOW OF OIL & BLOOD, By Ambassador Mo
Agreement has been reached between Sudan & South Sudan on resuming oil production & exports for joint benefit, (mainly via pipelines leading through the north). The deal was just signed today in Addis Ababa under mediation efforts of African Union & the United Nations after months of border conflict & a shut down of oil that has had impact on real economic growth in both countries.
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