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    South Sudan’s Displaced: Running from Violence, Longing for Peacei
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    January 12, 2014 8:09 PM
    Violence has displaced hundreds of thousands of people across South Sudan, many of whom have taken refuge at United Nations bases across the country. VOA correspondent Gabe Joselow reports from a camp in the capital, Juba.

    South Sudan’s Displaced: Running from Violence, Longing for Peace

    Published January 12, 2014

    Violence has displaced hundreds of thousands of people across South Sudan, many of whom have taken refuge at United Nations bases across the country. VOA correspondent Gabe Joselow reports from a camp in the capital, Juba.


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