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The security situation in Yei and the surrounding areas remained tense and volatile following the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) migration from its traditional area in Eastern Equatoria. UN Operation Lifeline Sudan (UNOLS) raised the security levels of Yei, Kajo Keji, Labone and Nimule to level 3. The following roads were declared level 4 (i.e.
General situation up to 20 September 2005
The general security situation remains calm in south Sudan. However, there are unconfirmed reports from Nimule / Magwei Counties of continued attacks by Lord's Resistance Army (LRA). Northern traders who left the towns of Juba / Malakal after the riots triggered by the death of John Garang have not yet returned. Prices of essential commodities in these locations are not yet back to normal.
Most of the current Desert Locust activity is concentrated along both sides of the Chad/Sudan border and on the Red Sea coastal plains in northeast Eritrea. In the past few days, there have been a few unconfi rmed reports of swarms in Chad. Ground control operations are in progress in the three countries. Local breeding is underway in the interior of Yemen. The situation is calmer in the western part of the Sahel in West Africa where only low numbers of solitarious adults have been detected in Mauritania, Mali and Niger.
Update of ENSO:
General Situation as of 21 July 2005
The Desert Locust situation continues to be a cause of concern in Chad and western Sudan where breeding is in progress and there is a risk of an outbreak developing. Low numbers of new swarms could start to form in eastern Chad in the coming weeks. So far, very few locusts have been seen in southern Mauritania, northern Mali and Niger but good rains have fallen in most of these areas and ecological conditions are favourable for breeding. Seasonal forecasts suggest that good rainfall will continue in August and September.
21 July 2005, Rome - Intensive and wide-ranging locust monitoring and control operations need to be continued in the next months in frontline countries in the Sahel such as Chad, Mali, Mauritania, Niger and Sudan, FAO said today.
Update of Seasonal Outlooks at One-Month Lead:
Aug-Oct 2005 Forecasts
Gulf of Guinea Region:
Climatology is expected across the domain, except locally over northwestern Cote d’Ivoire.
Northern Horn of Africa:
The security situation in and around Juba was relatively calm. Attacks by armed groups (bandits) or individuals from local villages along the Juba-Torit road continued. Tribal clashes continued to take place randomly in the north of Bahr El Jebel State, especially between Mundari and Dinka tribesmen. In Eastern Equatoria, inter-tribal clashes between the Toposa of Eastern Equatoria and the Turkana of northwestern Kenya continued to be reported. No major reports of activities by the Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) were received.
Update of Intertropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) Position:
COUNTRIES OF ASYLUM
Update of Seasonal Outlooks at Four Month Lead: Sept - Nov 2005 Forecasts:
Northern Horn of Africa:
Climatology is expected, except locally over portions of northwestern Ethiopia, where there is a slight tilt in the odds favoring above average rainfall.