In South Sudan, a ‘war on civilians’ despite six months of supposed peace

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from IRIN
Published on 12 Mar 2019 View Original

By San Mednick Freelance journalist based in South Sudan

Once known as the country’s peaceful breadbasket, today the backdrop of rolling hills in South Sudan’s Equatoria region is contrasted by a string of ghost towns, abandoned shops, dilapidated houses, and roads littered with bullets and burnt-out cars.

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