Theft and car jacking are still happening in Juba as well as robberies of internationals who take rides on motocycle taxis (boda bodas).

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The ongoing crisis in Syria and its spillover effects continue to in­flict a devastating human and humanitarian toll on neighbouring countries.

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Clashes between foreign communities in the PoCs in Juba continue to escalate and salary issues with the security staff have resulted in periodic strikes raising concerns about security in the PoCs.

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The conflict in Syria has caused the world’s worst humanitarian emergency since World War II, according to the United Nations, requiring the biggest relief operation in its 64-year history.

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Intra-communial fights continu to break out inside the Juba PoCs, with tensions rising between supporters of the SPLA and supporters of the opposition.

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Theft and carjacking remain a serious security concern in Juba with UN and NGO vehicles as the main target.

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The conflict in Syria has caused the world’s worst humanitarian emergency since World War II, according to the United Nations, requiring the biggest relief operation in its 64-year history.

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In Juba, theft and carjackings continue to be a problem, and the issue of disgruntled youth turning to violence in the PoC camps is becoming more of a regular occurrence.

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During the reporting period a UN Agency convoy while travelling from Mingkaman to Juba was attacked and robbed by unknown armed men. The perpetrators took away personal belongings of staff members including mobile...

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The risk of instability in the Middle East has increased as Syrian and Iraqi people continue to flee to neighboring cities and countries in order to escape the ongoing violence.

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