Hungry South Sudanese refugees risk death in return home for food
Refugees from South Sudan have been arriving in Uganda at an average rate of 35,000 a month this year
- More than a million South Sudanese refugees are in Uganda
- Delays and funding cuts means many are desperate for food
- Some have gone back to forage and been killed
By Jason Patinkin
PALORINYA, Uganda, Nov 8 (Reuters) - Oliver Wani found sanctuary from South Sudan's civil war in a Ugandan refugee camp. But when the food ran out, he returned home only to be killed in the conflict he had fled.
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