Africa

    • South Sudanese refugees line up for food at the Dzaipi transit camp in Adjumani, Uganda, around an hour's drive from the South Sudanese border town of Nimule.
    • A South Sudanese government soldier stands with others near their vehicles, after government forces retook Bentiu, capital of Unity State, from opposition fighters on Jan. 10.
    • A member of a Doctors Without Borders (MSF) medical team stands near a woman holding her baby on Jan. 10, 2014 at a UN compound in Juba, where thousands have sought refuge from the fighting in South Sudan. MSF medical teams are carrying out 300-500 consul
    • People unload the few belongings they fled with from Bor, capital of Jonglei state, after arriving in Minkammen, on the banks of the Nile..
    • A mother sits with her infant in a clinic run by Doctors Without Borders (MSF) in Minkammen, 25 kilometers (16 miles) south of Bor, Jan. 10, 2014.
    • A picture shows an aerial view of a camp of internally displaced people in Minkammen, 25 kilometres (16 miles) south of Bor, Jan. 10, 2014.
    • A Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) doctor treats a girl who suffered an electric shock, at the MSF clinic set up at the camp for displaced people in the grounds of the United Nations Mission to South Sudan (UNMISS) base in Juba, South Sudan, on January 12,
    • South Sudanese refugees wait in line to get food at Dzaipi transit camp in northern Uganda. (UNHCR/F. Noy)

    Fleeing Violence in South Sudan

    Published January 17, 2014


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