Sniffing out danger: dogs join UN peacekeepers in South Sudan to protect civilians (United Nations Security Council)

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14 February 2014 22:57:55 WN.com - World News

(Source: United Nations Security Council) Sniffing out danger: dogs join UN peacekeepers in South Sudan to protect civilians Sniffer dog in South Sudan. UN Photo 12 February 2014 - Standing on his hind legs to peer at a United Nations vehicle in South Sudan, he poked his head under the hood and sniffed, brown curls shaking around as he searched for explosives. This water cocker spaniel is one of eight sniffer dogs that arrived last week from the UN Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) to help with random... Full article on Sniffing out danger: dogs join UN peacekeepers in South Sudan to protect civilians (United Nations Security Council)

Vice All News Time14 February 2014 22:57:55


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Security Council prioritizes civilian protection as it extends UN mission in South Sudan (United Nations Security Council)

4.0494494 27 May 2014 23:28:09 WN.com - World News

(Source: United Nations Security Council) Security Council prioritizes civilian protection as it extends UN mission in South Sudan Wide view of the Security Council. UN Photo/JC McIlwaine (file photo) 27 May 2014 - The Security Council today extended the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) and revised its mandate to give priority to the task of protecting civilians and to address the security, humanitarian and political...

Vice All News Time27 May 2014 23:28:09


South Sudan: UN peacekeeping chief says attack on base sheltering civilians 'sets dangerous precedent' (UN - United Nations)

2.4098992 24 April 2014 04:40:35 WN.com - World News

(Source: UN - United Nations) South Sudan: UN peacekeeping chief says attack on base sheltering civilians &sets dangerous precedent& South Sudanese fleeing fighting, find refuge inside the UNMISS compound in Bor, Jonglei state. Photo: UNMISS/Tina Turyagyenda 23 April 2014 - Warning today that the surging violence in South Sudan is clear evidence that the United Nations can no longer operate in "business-as-usual" mode in the county, the Organization&s peacekeeping chief declared that the fighting must stop immediately; the Government has a duty to protect civilians; and the warring parties should negotiate a genuine ceasefire that will be respected by all sides. "We are not and...

Vice All News Time24 April 2014 04:40:35


South Sudan: UN peacekeeping chief says attack on base sheltering civilians 'sets dangerous precedent' (United Nations Security Council)

2.1635664 24 April 2014 04:12:49 WN.com - World News

(Source: United Nations Security Council) South Sudan: UN peacekeeping chief says attack on base sheltering civilians &sets dangerous precedent& South Sudanese fleeing fighting, find refuge inside the UNMISS compound in Bor, Jonglei state. Photo: UNMISS/Tina Turyagyenda 23 April 2014 - Warning today that the surging violence in South Sudan is clear evidence that the United Nations can no longer operate in "business-as-usual" mode in the county, the Organization&s peacekeeping chief declared that the fighting must stop immediately; the Government has a duty to protect civilians; and the warring parties should negotiate a genuine ceasefire that will be respected by all sides. "We...

Vice All News Time24 April 2014 04:12:49


Security Council voices outrage at latest attacks against civilians, UN in South Sudan (United Nations Security Council)

1.9478568 19 April 2014 02:36:51 WN.com - World News

(Source: United Nations Security Council) Security Council voices outrage at latest attacks against civilians, UN in South Sudan People fleeing violence in Bentiu, the capital of Unity state, South Sudan, arriving at UNMISS base on 15 April 2014 to seek shelter. Photo: UNMISS/Mihad Abdallah 18 April 2014 - The Security Council on Friday voiced its outrage at the recent attacks by armed groups in South Sudan that have purposefully targeted...

Vice All News Time19 April 2014 02:36:51


South Sudan: number of civilians protected at UN peacekeeping bases is ‘swelling’ (UN - United Nations)

1.7906913 17 April 2014 02:18:37 WN.com - World News

(Source: UN - United Nations) South Sudan: number of civilians protected at UN peacekeeping bases is 'swelling' People fleeing violence in Bentiu, the capital of Unity state, South Sudan, arriving at UNMISS base on 15 April 2014 to seek shelter. Photo: UNMISS/Mihad Abdallah 16 April 2014 - Spiraling violence has forced an increasing number of civilians in South Sudan's oil-rich Unity state are seeking refuge with the United Nations peacekeeping mission, it...

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South Sudan: number of civilians protected at UN peacekeeping bases is ‘swelling' (United Nations Security Council)

1.6990482 17 April 2014 00:48:56 WN.com - World News

(Source: United Nations Security Council) South Sudan: number of civilians protected at UN peacekeeping bases is 'swelling' People fleeing violence in Bentiu, the capital of Unity state, South Sudan, arriving at UNMISS base on 15 April 2014 to seek shelter. Photo: UNMISS/Mihad Abdallah 16 April 2014 - Spiraling violence has forced an increasing number of civilians in South Sudan's oil-rich Unity state are seeking refuge with the United Nations peacekeeping...

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UN: number of civilians protected at peacekeeping bases in South Sudan is ‘swelling’ (UN - United Nations)

1.6488498 17 April 2014 00:18:14 WN.com - World News

(Source: UN - United Nations) 16 April 2014 - Spiraling violence has forced an increasing number of civilians in South Sudan's oil-rich Unity state are seeking refuge with the United Nations peacekeeping mission, it was confirmed today. "The numbers of internally displaced persons currently sheltered at the UNMISS protection of civilians site in Bentiu are swelling," UN spokesperson Stephane...

Vice All News Time17 April 2014 00:18:14


South Sudan: amid fresh clashes in Malakal, UN mission ramps up civilian protection (United Nations Security Council)

1.6488498 18 February 2014 22:57:01 WN.com - World News

(Source: United Nations Security Council) South Sudan: amid fresh clashes in Malakal, UN mission ramps up civilian protection Residents at the camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) at the UN Mission for South Sudan (UNMISS) Malakal Base in the Upper Nile State wait in line at the base&s health facility. UN Photo/Isaac Billy 18 February 2014 - The United Nations peacekeeping mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has reported that heavy fighting broke out earlier today between pro-Government and opposition forces near its...

Vice All News Time18 February 2014 22:57:01


South Sudan: Sniffing Out Danger - Dogs Join UN Peacekeepers to Protect Civilians

1.5016285 13 February 2014 13:16:13 AllAfrica News: Latest

[UN News]Standing on his hind legs to peer at a United Nations vehicle in South Sudan, he poked his head under the hood, brown curls shaking around as he searched for explosives.

Vice All News Time13 February 2014 13:16:13