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Airlift Returns South Sudanese Refugees Homei
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Michael Onyiego
June 03, 2012 12:03 AM
An airlift is under way to bring more than 12,000 South Sudanese citizens home from neighboring Sudan. The returnees were blocked from going home when Khartoum shut down some of its borders due to clashes with the South. After months of waiting, they are finally arriving in South Sudan. Michael Onyiego reports from Juba, South Sudan's capital.

Airlift Returns South Sudanese Refugees Home

Michael Onyiego

Published June 02, 2012

An airlift is under way to bring more than 12,000 South Sudanese citizens home from neighboring Sudan. The returnees were blocked from going home when Khartoum shut down some of its borders due to clashes with the South. After months of waiting, they are finally arriving in South Sudan. Michael Onyiego reports from Juba, South Sudan's capital.


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