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South Sudan Blocks UN Peacekeepers from Volatile Areas 

The new chief of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) says U.N. peacekeepers are being blocked from accessing some sensitive areas, despite an agreement by South Sudan’s government to cooperate with the mission.   Nicholas Haysom was appointed by U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres earlier this year to oversee the activities of 14,500 U.N. soldiers and 2,000 police in the country.  In an exclusive interview with VOA’s “South Sudan in Focus” program, Haysom said U.N.


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