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BISHOP DISCOVERS TROUBLESOME CATTLE HERDS BELONG TO SENIOR GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS

07 July 2015 – (Radio Bakhita - catholicradionetwork.org) - The Auxiliary Bishop of the Catholic Archdiocese of Juba has discovered that government is responsible for damaging the national economy as some of its senior officials own herds of cattle driven all the way from Bahr El Ghazal region to the extreme borders of Equatoria region with Uganda to disrupt crop farming.

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THE CONFLICT IN UNITY STATE

06 July 2015 – (www.smallarmssurveysudan.org) - Describing events through 1 July 2015. - Over the last two months, a Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) offensive swept through southern Unity state, razing villages, killing civilians, taking cattle, and abducting women.

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FR. HECTOR AYON IS BURIED IN HIS BELOVED CHUKUDUM

03 July 2015 – The body of late Fr. Hector Ayom Oyamute, a Comboni Missionary originally from Chukudum, Eastern Equatoria, South Sudan, was brought and buried in his home parish last Tuesday, 30 June 2015, at 06.00 pm.

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CNHPR HAS CONDUCTED COMMUNITY CONSULTATIONS IN 39 PAYAMS OF WARRAP STATE

05 July 2015 – (CNHPR) - Seven weeks after the launching of grassroots consultation in Juba on the 19th May 2015, The Committee for National Healing, has now conducted 39 Payam Consultations in Warrap State.

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A TODDLER'S DEATH AND OTHER ATROCITIES IN SUDAN: NICHOLAS KRISTOF

03 July 2015 – (By Nicholas Kristof - www.oregonlive.com – 02 July) - IN THE NUBA MOUNTAINS, Sudan - It's not clear whether the Sudanese air force was trying to bomb the village of grass huts, or the girls high school next to it.

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NUN SAYS MALAKAL CITIZENS NEED SECURITY GUARANTEE TO RESETTLE

04 July 2015 – (Catholic Radio Network) - A Comboni Missionary Sister operating in Malakal, Upper Nile State says the civil population needs security assurance and development assistance to rebuild devastated shelters for resettlement including refunding for damaged working equipment.

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