Thousands of South Sudanese IDPs Take Shelter at Church in Wau

December 13, 2016 02:36 PM
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In Wau, South Sudan, thousands of people who have fled violence are living inside the grounds of a cathedral, with assistance from humanitarian organizations. Nearby, another 29,000 internally displaced people have sought refuge at a site to protect civilians, run by the U.N. From Wau, Jill Craig reports that many are thankful for the help, but they really just want to go home.