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South Sudanese Journalists Put Tribal Divisions Asidei
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January 28, 2014 1:03 PM
In South Sudan, clashes continue despite the ceasefire last week. The political conflict between the president and his opponents is harder and harder to separate from the ethnic conflict between Dinka and Nuer. But at a radio station in Juba, journalists of both tribes collaborate, overcoming the challenges of working in such a sensitive environment. Emilie IOB reports for VOA News from Juba.

South Sudanese Journalists Put Tribal Divisions Aside

Published January 28, 2014

In South Sudan, clashes continue despite the ceasefire last week. The political conflict between the president and his opponents is harder and harder to separate from the ethnic conflict between Dinka and Nuer. But at a radio station in Juba, journalists of both tribes collaborate, overcoming the challenges of working in such a sensitive environment. Emilie IOB reports for VOA News from Juba.


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