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UN / HIV–AIDS

Punitive laws and human rights abuses are costing lives, wasting money and stifling the global AIDS response, according to a report released today (9 July) by the Global Commission on HIV and the Law.

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LIBYA / ELECTION

Vote-counting continued Monday (9 July) in Libya, after the country’s first free elections in nearly half a century. UNDP

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DR CONGO / VIOLENCE

Fighting between the M23 rebel group and the FARDC (Congolese army) has caused population, the FARDC and their families to flee from their villages in North Kivu province. MONUSCO

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ICTY/ MLADIĆ

Prosecution began its case against Ratko Mladić, facing charges of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes for allegedly masterminding Serb atrocities in the 1992-95 Bosnian war. ICTY

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SOUTH SUDAN / INDEPENDENCE ANNIVERSARY

Thousands of joyful South Sudanese gathered today in the capital Juba in celebration of their country’s first anniversary. UNMISS

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TIMOR-LESTE / ELECTION WRAP

An estimated 600 thousand Timorese turn out to make their voices heard in the 2012 Parliamentary vote. UNMIT

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SOUTH SUDAN / JUBA BUSINESS

Despite the challenges facing South Sudan during its first year of independence, the young nation’s capital Juba has seen a burst in growth, according to local entrepreneurs who have started making money selling goods from ice cream to car tires. UNMISS

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