Simona Foltyn in Kiir Adem
Government in South Sudan appeals to its people to stay, as hunger and violence force many to return to Sudan only five years after independence
To survive, there is no other option but to cross the river back to Sudan, says Ajak Adong, a mother of six, as she cooks a lunch of leaves. It’s all the family has been eating since arriving in the border town of Kiir Adem two months ago.
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