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ETHIOPIA / SOUTH SUDAN REFUGEES

The heads of the UN refugee agency and the World Food Programme (WFP) warned Wednesday that the crisis in South Sudan could endanger millions of lives in the coming months if urgent action is not taken to put an end to the conflict and support the civilians who are struggling to survive. WFP

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SOUTH SUDAN / HILDE JOHNSON

The chief of the mission in South Sudan said that the situation in Juba "seems calm now, but it is far from normal in the world's youngest nation," adding that, "although significantly improved, we have yet to see normal relations between the government of South Sudan and the United Nations. And not least, we are [...]

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UN / DARFUR

The UN Security Council unanimously adopted a resolution which took note of the proposed adjustment of the benchmarks and indicators outlined by the Secretary-General for the UN-African Union Mission in Darfur, Sudan (UNAMID). UNTV

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LEBANON / SYRIA ONE MILLION REFUGEES

The number of refugees fleeing from Syria into neighbouring Lebanon surpassed 1 million on Thursday, a devastating milestone worsened by rapidly depleting resources and a host community stretched to breaking point. UNHCR

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AFGHANISTAN / ELECTION PREPS

In the forthcoming presidential elections in Afghanistan the UN urges the electoral management body to do its best to encourage Afghani women to participate in voting process. UNAMA

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SOUTH SUDAN / MINE ACTION ADVANCER SNIFFER DOGS

Hero is among eight Explosive Detection Dogs (EDD) who arrived in South Sudan to help assist in securing Protection of Civilian sites in various UN locations which opened their gates to tens of thousands civilians seeking protection in South Sudan. The dogs, mostly spaniels, are trained to detect explosives, and they also search for ammunition. [...]

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GUINEA / EBOLA

The Guinean health authorities reported four new cases of Ebola, bringing the number to 131, with 84 confirmed deaths. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) the source of infection has been localized in the south east of Guinea. WHO  

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SOUTH SUDAN / MINE ACTION ADVANCER MINE CLEARING

The UN Mine Action agency (UNMAS) recently sent teams toUpperNileStateinSouth Sudanto help clear a new location which has been ear-marked as a Protection of Civilian (POC) site. These locations currently have 22,800 civilians seeking protection. Mine Action Awareness Day is 4 April. UNMISS

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