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Humanitarian Group Warns of Camp Conditions in S. Sudani
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December 28, 2013 12:19 PM
Humanitarian workers worry that the spread of infectious diseases could add to the death toll in South Sudan, where fighting has killed about 1,000 people in less than two weeks. More than 100,000 people have been displaced since the violence broke out December 15. As Zlatica Hoke reports, the political fight that started in the capital, Juba, has quickly spread to the rest of the world's newest country and appears to be turning into an ethnic conflict.

Humanitarian Group Warns of Camp Conditions in S. Sudan

Published December 28, 2013

Humanitarian workers worry that the spread of infectious diseases could add to the death toll in South Sudan, where fighting has killed about 1,000 people in less than two weeks. More than 100,000 people have been displaced since the violence broke out December 15. As Zlatica Hoke reports, the political fight that started in the capital, Juba, has quickly spread to the rest of the world's newest country and appears to be turning into an ethnic conflict.


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