Africa

    • South Sudan held a national day of prayer as part of celebrations to mark two years of independence.
    • South Sudanese turned out to pray for the world's newest nation on a national day of prayer, held as part of celebrations to mark two years of independence.
    • South Sudanese women pray on the country's national day of prayer, which was held ahead of celebrations of two years of independence on July 9, 2013.

    South Sudanese Mark Two Years of Independence with Prayer

    Published July 09, 2013


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