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Peace Agreement Signed in South Sudan
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Peace Agreement Signed in South Sudan

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Government, rebels agree on a setting up a transitional government, decide to hold elections in 36 months The Dawn News/ June 28, 2018 A glimmer of hope has emerged that the civil war in South Sudan, now in its fifth year, will see an end after a peace agreement was […]

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A family sit under a tree around which they live in the village of Aburoc, South Sudan, on May 11, 2017. Thousands of people, predominantly from the Shilluk tribe, have fled here after fighting forced them from their homes. Arriving in Aburoc with only what they could carry, many people are living outside in the open without any shelter.
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[Photo] Seeking shelter in war-torn South Sudan

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Many South Sudanese, including the Shilluk tribe, have been displaced several times amid the ongoing conflict. By: Phil Hatcher-Moore / Source: Al Jazeera / The Dawn News / October 14, 2017 Nearly four million people, or roughly a third of the country’s population, have been forced from their homes by […]

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African Overview – September 22, 2017

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Source: Notas Periodismo Popular / The Dawn News / September 17, 2017 The Red Cross Suspends Help Missions in South Sudan After the murder of Lukudu Kennedy Laki Emmanuel, member of the Red Cross in South Sudan last September 8, the international assistance organism has decided to stop all activities […]

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