35 British soldiers arrive in Juba to boost UN mission

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35 British soldiers have arrived in Juba. The troops will join their country’s engineering contingent of the United Nations Mission — UNMISS. Another 400 personnel are due to arrive before the end of the month. They’re expected to improve infrastructure bases in Malakal and Bentiu and construct a hospital. Millions of South Sudanese civilians are in need of humanitarian assistance, as fighting between the army and opposition forces escalates. [INSERT SOT]

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