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UN Mission in South Sudan sends peacekeepers to Torit & other topics (Daily Briefing 12 July 2017)

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Daily Briefing: Yemen, South Sudan, Abyei, Central African Republic, DR Congo, Iraq, Syria, Water, UNESCO, Cameroon, Press Conferences Tomorrow, Honour Roll.
Briefing by Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesperson for the Secretary-General.
HIGHLIGHTS:
-AT SECURITY COUNCIL, SENIOR U.N. OFFICIALS STRESS NEED FOR SOLUTION TO YEMEN CONFLICT
-HUNDREDS OF ORPHANS TRAPPED BETWEEN WARRING SIDES IN SOUTH SUDAN’S TORIT – U.N. ENVOY
-U.N. ABYEI MISSION SPEAKS OUT AGAINST DEADLY ATTACKS
-CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC: U.N. MISSION REPORTS TENSE SITUATION FOLLOWING CLASHES IN HAUT-MBOMOU
-DOZENS OF POTENTIAL MASS GRAVES DISCOVERED IN D.R. CONGO’S KASAI PROVINCE, U.N. MISSION REPORTS
-WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME WARNS THAT EVEN AFTER MOSUL BATTLE ENDS, THOUSANDS OF FAMILIES STILL NEED ASSISTANCE
-WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME GAINS INCREASED ACCESS TO SYRIA’S BESIEGED RAQQA
-NEW U.N. REPORT FINDS THAT 3 IN 10 PEOPLE CAN’T ACCESS SAFE WATER
-WORLD HERITAGE LIST ADDS 21 NEW SITES, INCLUDING FIRST EVER IN ANGOLA AND ERITREA
-U.N. CONTINUES TO CLOSELY MONITOR SITUATIONS IN NORTH-WEST, SOUTH-WEST CAMEROON
-TUVALU BECOMES 112TH MEMBER STATE TO PAY U.N. FULL DUES
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