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South Sudan's Crisis Leads Millions People to Flee

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Sad news after their civilization, and wish the UN can help out soon!
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Facing this famine it's hard with million nations.
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Drought and famine has plague this region for centuries. The UN should do more to help.
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Let the United Nations assume responsibility in establishing control. America is going too deep in debt, we're going to be referred to as People's Republic of China (Overseas) pretty soon.
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Not our problem
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Let them use the sea to Europeans they cause the war conflicts
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Guess who's been doing the killing. The South is Christian and the North is Muslim. Same story everwhere.
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why all this suffering in our world? when it is going to end?!!
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This is one of the worst humanitarian disasters the world has seen.
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Most of those fleeing South Sudan are women and children,” United Nations refugee agency spokesperson Leo Dobbs said at a press briefing in Geneva today. “They include survivors of violent attacks, sexual assault, children that have been separated from their parents or traveled alone, the disabled, the elderly and people in need of urgent medical care.

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UNHCR is grateful for Denmark’s important USD 4 million contribution that will alleviate the acute needs for many of the people who have been forced to flee their homes due to the violence in South Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR).

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Since fresh violence erupted in Juba on July 8, over 185,000 people have fled South Sudan, according to the United Nations refugee agency.
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Guess who's been doing the killing. The South is Christian and the North is Muslim. Same story everwhere.
Cannot blame groups of people for a nations problems. All the people are responsible and I am sure there are a few at the top pushing this violence.
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The sparring sides eventually signed a power-sharing agreement in August 2015 with the promise to end nearly two years of devastating war. Machar returned to Juba in April, more than two years after fleeing the South Sudanese capital and was reinstated as the president’s deputy under the terms of the peace deal.

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But refugees report increased fighting in southern South Sudan and attacks by armed groups that murder civilians, loot villages, forcibly recruit young men and boys and rape women and girls.

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The sparring sides eventually signed a power-sharing agreement in August 2015 with the promise to end nearly two years of devastating war. Machar returned to Juba in April, more than two years after fleeing the South Sudanese capital and was reinstated as the president’s deputy under the terms of the peace deal.



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Once again the US will be running to rescue people in need. I hope we get there in time.
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