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Abyei citizens presented with radios
29 April 2011 – Seeking to address a severe lack of information in Abyei and surrounding communities, UNMIS joined with other partners today in equipping area people with radios.
Southern Kordofan ready for elections
29 April 2011 – All was set for the Southern Kordofan elections from 2 to 4 May, and steps had been taken to ensure that they would be smooth and fair, senior election officials said today.
Malakal journalists begin three-day training
27 April 2011 Aiming to improve journalists’ skills as Southern Sudan prepares to become a new nation, Radio Miraya began a three-day training session today for reporters in the Upper Nile State capital of Malakal.
Southern children voice hopes of independence
20 April 2011 - Over 100 children and youth converged on the regional capital of Juba today to voice their visions of an independent Southern Sudan.
Draft constitution presented to GoSS president
20 April 2011 – The technical committee formed to review Southern Sudan’s interim constitution submitted a draft to the regional government in Juba today for further discussion and approval.
UNMIS sends humanitarian team to Al Rashad

20 April 2011 – UNMIS today sent a team to deliver humanitarian aid to the people affected by violence in Al Rashad locality of Southern Kordofan last week.

Swedish ambassador meets parties in Abyei
19 April 2011 – Completing a two-day visit to Abyei today, Swedish Ambassador to Sudan Jan Sadek stressed the need for politicians to take responsibility in finding a lasting agreement on the disputed area.
Ballot papers arrive in Southern Kordofan
17 April 2011 In preparation for elections scheduled to be held in Southern Kordofan early next month, ballot papers arrived today in the state capital Kadugli.
Rafting trip on White Nile spotlights tourism in Southern Sudan
15 April 2011 – A dozen people traveling in two inflatable rafts arrived in Juba today at the end of a five-day voyage down the White Nile River that began just north of the Eastern Equatoria State town of Nimule on 11 April.
UNMIS repairs hand-pump for Misseriya nomads
15 April 2011 - In the small village of Goli north of Abyei town, a group of children and village elders are huddled around a water pump a few metres back from the dirt road.
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