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Top of the Morning: Parliament Convenes in Egypt Against Court’s Order; ICC Sentences first Convict

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The World Food Programme began food distribution on 12 January for 19,000 internally displaced persons in Pibor, Jonglei State. Some 60,000 people in the state have been displaced over the past few weeks by inter-communal violence between the Murle and Lou Nuer tribes. Photos: Isaac Gideon.

South Sudan At One: Why Cows Matter

Today is the one year anniversary of the Republic of South Sudan’s declaration of independence.  How cows can help tell the story of South Sudan’s first year.

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Top of the Morning: Meet The Next President of Libya; Donors Pledge Aid to Afghanistan

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Top of the Morning: Elections in East Timor; Libya; Security Council Puts the Squeeze on Mali Rebels

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Top of the Morning: UN Refugee Agency Issues Warning on South Sudan; Appalling Violence Against Women and Children in Afghanistan

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Top of the Morning: ICC Staff Detained in Libya Set Free; Millions Displaced by Epic Floods in India; Jim Kim Takes Helm At World Bank

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