Africa

    • Smoke billows from the South Sudan Hotel in Juba and flames are visible under the roof after fire raked through the hotel on Wednesday, Oct. 2.
    • Flames crackle under the roof of the South Sudan Hotel in Juba.
    • South Sudan Hotel manager Mel Garang Yout surveys damage after fire ripped through the hotel on Oct. 2, 2013.
    • Black smoke from the fire at the South Sudan Hotel, which was gutted by flames on Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2013, could be seen across Juba.
    • A worker helps to clear charred rubble from the South Sudan Hotel, which was heavily damaged by a fire on Oct. 2, 2013.

    South Sudan Hotel Fire

    Published October 02, 2013


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