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SOUTH SUDAN TO COMPETE IN RIO AFTER BECOMING 206TH OLYMPIC NATION

03 August 2015 – (www.theguardian.com - Agence France-Presse in Kuala Lumpur, 2 August 2015) - South Sudan has become the Olympic movement’s 206th member, crossing the final hurdle to competing at the 2016 Rio games.

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SECAM LAUNCHES THE YEAR-LONG AFRICAN YEAR OF RECONCILIATION

01 August 2015 – (www.news.va) - SECAM the Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM) on Wednesday, 29 July, celebrated 46 years of existence and used the occasion to officially launch the African Year of Reconciliation (AYR), which had been recommended by Pope emeritus Benedict XVI in his Post-Synodal Apostolic Exhortation, Africae Munus.

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SPLM SAYS IT IS REPOSITIONING FOR NATION BUILDING

14 July 2015 – (Catholic Radio Network) - SPLM Deputy Secretary-General says it is time to reposition for nation building by repairing damages caused and rebuilding trust and harmony among South Sudanese.

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CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH SUDAN LAUNCHES RECONCILIATION BOOK

16 July 2015 – (Catholic Radio Network) - The Catholic University of South Sudan announced launching of a book entitle: “Reconciliation, Healing and Peace in South Sudan: Reflections the way forward”.

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THE GUARDIAN VIEW ON THE SOUTH SUDAN CRISIS: GIVE THE PEOPLE A CHANCE TO CRAFT A PEACE

13 July 2015 – (www.theguardian.com – 12 July) - Four years ago, after two devastating civil wars, South Sudan won its independence from Khartoum. It is now discovering that building a new country is just as hard as creating one.

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LIVING THE PRESENT WITH PASSION

15 July 2015 – (By Fr. Rogelio Bustos Juárez) - The following reflections are simply meant to be comments on the second goal proposed by Pope Francis in his Apostolic Letter to all Religious on the occasion of the Year for Consecrated Life, in November 2014, to help us to live as Comboni Missionaries in our time.

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